TE24 International Desk:
WASHINGTON – Confidence is waning among U.S. experts that the Taliban will change course and allow Afghan women and girls to attend school, or take steps to improve the country’s overall fundamental freedom situation, according to Rina Amiri. The unique ambassador of the United States.
During a briefing Thursday, Arab News reported that Washington was trying to recognize the central points of contention that were having a negative impact on the country’s women and minorities.
“We are deeply disturbed by what we see as a predictable negative aspect of the situation of women and general liberties in Afghanistan,” Amiri said.
He added that the United States was concerned about the spread of attacks on the country’s minority communities, including the Hazara, Hindu and Sikh communities. A group supporting Daesh has vowed responsibility for last week’s attack on a Sikh sanctuary in Kabul, during which two people were killed and several others injured.
Amiri said U.S. experts were looking for additional ways to draw in with the Afghan public and provide sympathetic guides, especially in the aftermath of a powerful earthquake before the long-expanding country earlier this week. More than 1,000 people were killed and many homes and structures were destroyed.
The Taliban government, which has been under US sanctions since regaining control of the country in August last year following the withdrawal of US troops, has followed a global guide to help it cope with the sympathetic state of emergency caused by the quake. The United Nations has pledged its full support in its efforts to help those in need and has mobilized its offices to assist.
Amiri said US sanctions on the Taliban government were designed and adjusted so as not to affect the country’s women or other vulnerable groups.
He added that after the Taliban took command in Afghanistan, they withdrew from previous responsibilities to allow young women to attend classes and train and to consider the surprisingly general freedoms in Afghanistan.
She blamed the most objectionable measures directed against women for the elements of the firm’s position within the cluster of decisions and said that most Afghans did not agree with the restrictions on women’s freedom.
Amiri said the Taliban’s attitude toward minorities was undermining US ability to help Afghanistan. He added that Washington has pledged $ 127 million as a helpful guide for the people of the country.
She said she had visited Europe and the Gulf region to help mobilize Afghan women and minorities, and that the United States could form teams with various countries and contact all countries to blame the Taliban for the situation of women in their countries.
“The situation in Afghanistan is one of the worst in the world when it comes to women’s rights,” Amiri said.
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