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Fifteen Members of the UN Security Council Demanded the Reopening of Girls’ Schools in Afghanistan

Fifteen newly elected members of the United Nations Security Council Demanded the Islamic Emirate respect the right to education and reopen schools for girls above the sixth grade as soon as possible.

Shir Ali Jafari
28 Sep 2022
Fifteen Members of the UN Security Council Demanded the Reopening of Girls’ Schools in Afghanistan

In a statement of the UN Security Council, which was read at a press conference by Mona Jull, the representative of Norway at the United Nations, it is stated that avoiding girls from education, is against sustainable peace, security, and development.

In this statement, it is emphasized that the international community has not forgotten Afghan women and girls.

For more than a year, the Islamic Emirate has not allowed girls above the sixth grade to go to school.

Officials of the Islamic Emirate say: “After providing a suitable environment, these girls will be allowed to go to school”.

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