The UN Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs will visit Afghanistan.
UN Representative Griffiths will visit Kabul after the Taliban regime banned women’s right to university education and work in NGOs in Afghanistan.
United Nations (UN) Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Martin Griffiths is reported to be visiting Afghanistan in the coming weeks.
Deputy Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Afghanistan Ramiz Alekperov at a press conference praised the Taliban’s ban on women working in non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Afghanistan.
Alekperov said UN Under-Secretary-General Griffiths would visit Afghanistan in the coming weeks and try to meet with the highest level of officials.
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