UNITED NATIONS: UN Secretary General António Guterres on Monday called on to the Afghan Taliban to prevent attacks by terrorist organizations on Pakistan or any other neighboring country from Afghan territory, saying that the UN in discussions with de facto authorities in in this respect.
“We consider it absolutely necessary for the Taliban are not allow any form of terrorist activities that may have consequences in attitude towards Pakistan in relation to any other country of in region”, – said the head of the UN. in response to a reporter’s question about the step-up cross-border terrorist attacks by the Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) against Pakistan, as a result in many victims.
“There are several clear things that we think the Taliban should deliver in terms of of view of interests of in international community and from the point of view of interest of Afghanistan itself,” he said in his year- Final press conference.
“It’s one thing that they have to deliver in relation to inclusion in in power structures in Afghanistan”, secretary-general said, emphasizing that all ethnic groups in Afghanistan should to be introduced.
“AND second aspect in respect for human rights and especially women and girls’ rights, right of women to workright of girls to attend school at all levels without discrimination,” he said.
“And there’s another clear ask international community which for Afghanistan will stop all forms of activity of terrorist organizations from Afghanistan that pose a threat to neighboring countries, including Pakistan, so we are actively engaged in in our discussions with de facto Taliban authorities in connection with this,” the head of the UN said. added.
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