Afghan delegation to discuss political crisis in Afghanistan at UN office in Vienna

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The Vienna meeting on the current situation in Afghanistan, solutions, and challenges will be convened on September 15th, with the presence of 31 political figures opposed to the Taliban at the United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV), in the capital of Austria.

The Taliban in Afghanistan have established what they claim to be a structured administration and an inclusive cabinet within the first year of its rule. Military and political figures have, however, established structures overseas parallel with the Taliban’s efforts and often in the opposite direction.

This is a continuation of the activities of parties outside of Afghanistan that have a critical perspective toward the Taliban’s rule. These groups have also had meetings, but the Vienna meeting, which will feature at least 31 political and intellectual figures from Afghanistan, is set to take place on September 15 at the UN office of the country’s representative. In a statement that assesses one year of Taliban rule, they argue that the Taliban’s practices and ideologies have not changed and that the Taliban’s presence is putting the values that have been attained over the past two decades in danger of being completely destroyed.

This is a continuation of the activities of parties outside of Afghanistan that have a critical perspective toward the Taliban’s rule. These groups have also had meetings, but the Vienna meeting, which will feature at least 31 political and intellectual figures from Afghanistan, is set to take place on September 15 at the UN office of the country’s representative.

In a statement that assesses one year of Taliban rule, they argue that the Taliban’s practices and ideologies have not changed and that the Taliban’s presence is putting the values that have been attained over the past two decades in danger of being completely destroyed.

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