KABUL (SW) – The UN Security Council will hold a meeting on Afghanistan on Friday.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates has announced that the United Nations Security Council will hold a meeting on the situation in Afghanistan.
The ministry said that this meeting is scheduled to be held on Friday at the request of France, Japan and the United Arab Emirates.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates added: “Given the sensitive nature of this meeting and the current situation on the ground, a closed meeting is the most effective and appropriate format for the Council to hear the views of the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations.”
The Ministry has emphasized that in this meeting, Amina Mohammad, the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations, will provide information about the messages she presented to the authorities of the Islamic Emirate during her recent visit to Kabul, and will share her assessment of the situation in Afghanistan with the members of the United Nations Security Council.
As the United Nations Security Council is going to hold a meeting on the situation in Afghanistan, the Islamic Emirate’s restrictions on women’s work and education are still in place.