The Islamic Emirate Welcomed the New UN Representative

The United Nations announced the appointment of Roza Otunbayeva, the former president of Kyrgyzstan, as the new UN representative for Afghanistan on Friday (2 September).

Shir Ali Jafari
4 Sep 2022
The Islamic Emirate Welcomed the New UN Representative

Officials of the Islamic Emirate have welcomed the decision of the United Nations and say that the current government is seeking to expand relations with this organization and other international organizations.

Bilal Karimi, the Deputy Spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, told Killid: “ The United Nations has an important role in relations between the countries, and if the representatives are known, we can discuss various issues with them”.

The Islamic Emirate is trying to establish good relations with all diplomats of foreign countries.

On the other hand, according to a number of political experts, the policy of the United Nations is clear and does not change with the working positions.

But they are hopeful that the new representative of the United Nations will satisfy the Islamic Emirate in reopening girls’ schools, providing work for women and other existing problems.

Maqsood Hassanzadah, the political expert, says: “It is hoped that the new representative will be able to strengthen the relations of the Islamic Emirate with other countries and accept the conditions of the international community and the people of Afghanistan on top of the Islamic Emirate so that the country can come out of isolation”.

At the same time, Mohammad Ali Jafari, another political expert, says that considering Mrs. Roza Otunbayeva’s working experience, expectations are high from her, especially in the field of changing the status of women.

He adds: “In the current situation in which the people of Afghanistan are, especially in the situation where women are, I think that the designation of such an expert person plays an effective role”.

According to reports of the United Nations, the mission of Deborah Lines, the former special representative of the Secretary General of the organization for Afghanistan, ended in June of this year, and Roza Atunbayeva replaced her. Otunbayeva holds a doctorate in philosophy and has more than 35 years of experience in leadership, diplomacy, civic engagement, and international cooperation, according to the organization’s statement

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