Last week, the Federation of Human Rights Defenders said the deporation of Afghan refguees from Pakistna should be stopped and a delegation of Muslim scholars asked the Islamic Ummah to support the Afghans.
Last week, the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) expressed concern over human rights situation in Afghanistan which was rejected by Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA), some sources stressed over diplomatic relationship with the IEA, and the EU announced $24 million aid for Afghanistan.
Last week some countries have repeated demand for the establishment of inclusive government in Afghanistan, removal of curbs against women while some linked the acting Afghan government’s pending recognition with these issues.
Last week, the United Nations warned human rights in Afghanistan are in a state of collapse, but the caretaker government spurned the claim as baseless. Also, the US special envoy hailed Kabul’s efforts against Daesh activities.
Last week, various sources stressed the need for interaction between Kabul and the international community and reopening of girls’ schools, while Japan and the UN pledged $45 million in aid to Afghanistan.