Foreign ministers of 12 countries and the EU, including the
United States and Britain, urged Afghanistan’s Taliban-led
government on Wednesday to reverse its decision barring female
employees of aid groups, Trend reports citing Reuters.
“The Taliban’s reckless and dangerous order barring female
employees of national and international non-governmental
organizations (NGOs) from the workplace puts at risk millions of
Afghans who depend on humanitarian assistance for their survival,”
said the statement by the foreign ministers of the United States,
Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Norway,
Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and the EU.
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