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'Afghanistan Future Thought Forum' Held in Istanbul

Sultan Barakat, the founding director of the Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies of Doha said that the 8th Afghanistan Future Thought Forum (AFTF) was held in Istanbul, Turkey.

According to Barakat's statements, in the meeting, they discussed the OCHA report, the issue of expelling Afghan immigrants from Pakistan and Iran, and the role of women's conditions on health issues.

Sultan Barakat, before holding this meeting, wrote on X: “In addition to the Independent Assessment mandated by UNSC resolution 2679, the participants will also discuss: Recent responses to natural disasters, the forced return of Afghans from Pakistan and Iran, the impact the conditions of women are having on health issues.”

But the Islamic Emirate emphasized that the achievements of the caretaker government should be taken into consideration in such meetings.

The spokesman of the Islamic Emirate Zabihullah Mujahid said that the Islamic Emirate should be supported more in the security sector, providing services in various sectors and preventing natural disasters.

Mujahid said: “Improvements in terms of security, providing services, and natural disasters and challenges should be considered. The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan should be supported so that it can provide better services to the people, and the international community must also fulfill its responsibilities.”

Some political experts and women's rights activists have different views about holding such meetings.

"If the women who live in Afghanistan are present at the meetings and express their problems and pains, at least the world will hear, I think it will be more effective,” said Tafsir Syahposh, a women’s rights activist.

“The effectiveness of these meetings will increase when the representatives or officials of the current acting government of Afghanistan, according to their responsibility to the people, take practical steps to solve these problems with the international community and, in cooperation with the international community, bring the necessary changes in internal and external policies and also in their government structure,” said Najiburahman Shamal, a political expert.

The Afghanistan Future Thought Forum (AFTF) has 30 members that include the employees of the former government, civil activists and university scholars.

'Afghanistan Future Thought Forum' Held in Istanbul

The Afghanistan Future Thought Forum (AFTF) has 30 members that include the employees of the former government, civil activists and university scholars.

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Sultan Barakat, the founding director of the Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies of Doha said that the 8th Afghanistan Future Thought Forum (AFTF) was held in Istanbul, Turkey.

According to Barakat's statements, in the meeting, they discussed the OCHA report, the issue of expelling Afghan immigrants from Pakistan and Iran, and the role of women's conditions on health issues.

Sultan Barakat, before holding this meeting, wrote on X: “In addition to the Independent Assessment mandated by UNSC resolution 2679, the participants will also discuss: Recent responses to natural disasters, the forced return of Afghans from Pakistan and Iran, the impact the conditions of women are having on health issues.”

But the Islamic Emirate emphasized that the achievements of the caretaker government should be taken into consideration in such meetings.

The spokesman of the Islamic Emirate Zabihullah Mujahid said that the Islamic Emirate should be supported more in the security sector, providing services in various sectors and preventing natural disasters.

Mujahid said: “Improvements in terms of security, providing services, and natural disasters and challenges should be considered. The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan should be supported so that it can provide better services to the people, and the international community must also fulfill its responsibilities.”

Some political experts and women's rights activists have different views about holding such meetings.

"If the women who live in Afghanistan are present at the meetings and express their problems and pains, at least the world will hear, I think it will be more effective,” said Tafsir Syahposh, a women’s rights activist.

“The effectiveness of these meetings will increase when the representatives or officials of the current acting government of Afghanistan, according to their responsibility to the people, take practical steps to solve these problems with the international community and, in cooperation with the international community, bring the necessary changes in internal and external policies and also in their government structure,” said Najiburahman Shamal, a political expert.

The Afghanistan Future Thought Forum (AFTF) has 30 members that include the employees of the former government, civil activists and university scholars.

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