UN urges international community to tackle terrorist threat in Afghanistan
As the Taliban announced an interim government in Afghanistan, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday called on the international community to use all tools to counter the global terrorist threat in the war-torn country. He urged the international community to support the establishment of an “inclusive” government in Afghanistan, according to ANI. The UN chief, in a report titled “The Situation in Afghanistan and Its Implications for International Peace and Security”, called the current situation in the war-torn country very “fluid”.
Guterres, in a published report on the situation in Afghanistan, condemned the explosion near the Kabul airport on August 26. He said: “Afghanistan must never again be used as a platform or refuge for terrorist organizations to threaten or attack a country.” The UN chief urged the Security Council and the international community to act together to combat the global terrorist threat in Afghanistan.
Global terrorist threat in Afghanistan
“Afghanistan should never again be used as a platform or a safe haven for terrorist organizations to threaten or attack a country. I call on the Security Council and the international community as a whole to speak with one voice, to act together and to use all the tools at their disposal. provision to counter the global terrorist threat in Afghanistan, ensure respect for basic human rights and support the establishment of an inclusive government, ”ANI said, quoting Guterres in a report.
Highlighting the current situation in the war-torn country, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said scenes of chaos and unrest had been observed, according to ANI. According to the report, “Uncertainty and fear have sparked concern, as well as apprehension about the balance in terms of hope, progress and dreams of a generation of young women and girls, boys and girls. Afghan men “. Guterres said people around the world have witnessed the situation in Afghanistan “with heavy hearts and deep concern as to what lies ahead.”
The UN Secretary General has expressed his concern over the rising number of civilian casualties in the war-torn country. To ensure the safety of people. Guterres called on the Taliban and all other parties to exercise restraint to protect international humanitarian law. He expressed concern about the restrictions imposed in Afghanistan and added that women’s rights must be protected.
“It is essential that the hard-won rights of Afghan women and girls are protected. It is also essential to have an inclusive government representing all Afghans, including women and different ethnic groups, ”ANI said quoting Antonio Guterres.