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UN Security Council calls for talks to form a new govt in Afghanistan

UN Security Council calls for talks to form a new govt in Afghanistan
UN Security Council calls for talks to form a new govt in Afghanistan.

The 15-member United Nations Security Council (UNSC) unanimously issued a statement after its emergency meeting on Afghanistan.
UN Security Council calls for talks to form a new govt in Afghanistan
The UNSC  underlined the need of ending the fighting and abuse in Afghanistan.

Meanwhile, the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres also spoke on the occasion.

He said that we must not abandon the Afghans as it is the time we should stand as one.

He stressed to use all means to suppress a global terrorist threat from Afghanistan and guarantee respect for human rights.

Moreover, Antonio Guterres asked the Taliban to respect international humanitarian law and the fundamental rights of the Afghans.

On the other hand, Jerusalem Post report named Pakistan, China, Iran, Qatar, Russia and Turkey winners of Afghanistan.

According to its report, most of these countries have hosted the Taliban or tacitly backed them.

The JP reported those benefit from the Taliban taking power as victors in Kabul .

Moreover, it also noted the US appears humiliated.

Among those “winners” include: Qatar, Russia, China, Pakistan, Turkey and Iran.
Others, like Turkey, have sought to have a role in post-American Afghanistan.
As per report, Iran’s media have full of stories arguing that the Taliban won’t export extremism or threaten anyone.
And that Iran has always helped the Afghan people.
Meanwhile, Iranian official Ali Shamkhani, for instance, has put out positive statements about Iran’s role in Afghanistan.
The JP also noted Qatar’s Al-Jazeera’s extraordinary coverage of the Taliban taking the presidential palace in Kabul.
Furthermore, to the JP, it appears Qatar had advanced knowledge of Taliban plans because Doha has been hosting the Taliban for years.

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