UNSC to hold meeting on Afghanistan on Monday: Faiq


Naseer Ahmad Faiq, Chargé d’Affaires of the Afghanistan Permanent Mission to the UN, said that the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is scheduled to hold a briefing meeting on Afghanistan on Monday.

According to Faiq, this meeting will be held at Russia’s request and will cover the humanitarian and economic situations in Afghanistan.

“On Monday, the United Nations Security Council will hold a briefing on the humanitarian and economic situation in Afghanistan,” Faiq told TOLOnews.

However, political analysts said that the current problems in Afghanistan should be discussed in depth in such meetings.

“It’s an extraordinary meeting, and the agenda is highly useful and vital, including the current requirements of Afghanistan in terms of economics and human issues, as well as the intervention of America and NATO,” said Aziz Marij, former diplomat.

“Russia also wants to expose the unfavorable policies that the US has imposed on Afghanistan in the United Nations and bring attention to it,” said Wahid Faqiri, international relations expert.

Meanwhile, the Islamic Emirate said that it welcomes any meeting that benefits the people of Afghanistan.

“In any meeting that takes place and discusses Afghanistan’s issues in any way, the expectations of the Afghan people are that there should be cooperation with the Afghans and the current government so that the difficulties and problems are solved,” said Bilal Karimi, deputy spokesman of the Islamic Emirate.

Previously, international organizations, including the United Nations, have expressed concern over the situation in Afghanistan and have issued warnings that if this situation is not given significant attention, the range of the problems may increase.

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