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UNAMA’s criticism of the Taliban’s restrictions on Afghan women

UNAMA’s criticism of the Taliban’s restrictions on Afghan women

On International Women’s Day, Roza Otenbayeva, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the head of the Organization’s Deputy Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), has asked the Taliban to end the restrictions against women and girls, otherwise there is a risk of pushing the country towards further poverty and isolation. There is.In a statement released by UNAMA on this occasion, Otunbayeva said that the Taliban’s restrictions against women and girls, including the ban on women working in government offices, the ban on girls’ education above the sixth grade, and restrictions on women’s freedom of movement, have led Afghanistan to It leads to more poverty and isolation.Otenbaiva also asked the Taliban to respect the basic rights and freedoms of women and girls and allow them to actively participate in all areas of social, economic and political life of the country.The UNAMA statement said that “Afghan women have proven throughout history that they can play important roles in society and work for the peace and development of their country.”He has emphasized that the participation of women in the society is necessary for the peace, stability and development of Afghanistan.