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OIC Calls for Inclusive Govt, Human Rights Protection in Afghanistan

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation in its final statement of its 15th session of the Islamic State Conference asked for the establishment of an inclusive government, respect for human rights and support of the people in Afghanistan.

Combating terrorism, combating narcotics, and respecting the rights of ethnic minorities are other issues of this 34-article statement that the Islamic Emirate has been asked to observe.

"We stress the importance of full respect for the human rights of all Afghans and the need to protect the fundamental rights of Afghan girls and women, especially the right to education and work, and call for more communication with the de facto authorities on these issues. We also emphasize the need to make more efforts to address the challenges associated with ethnic groups, terrorism, drugs and social aspects for inclusive governance to achieve sustainable stability," the statement said.

A delegation of the Islamic Emirate also attended the conference; however, the interim government has not yet said anything about the final statement of this meeting.

However, some political analysts say that for enhancing global interaction including that of the Islamic countries with Afghanistan, it is necessary for Kabul to pay attention to these demands.

“The Organization of Islamic Cooperation is not happy that girls’ education is limited or banned in Afghanistan under the name of religion,” said Tariq Farhadi, a political analyst.

“Islamic countries have a vital role in Afghanistan’s political, economic and social survival. The demands that have been made in the statement are right and are the demands of the people of Afghanistan,” said Salim Paigeer, another political analyst.

Representatives from over 50 Islamic countries of the world participated in the meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation held in Gambia, and discussed various issues of the Islamic World.

OIC Calls for Inclusive Govt, Human Rights Protection in Afghanistan

Islamic Emirate's delegation also attended the conference; however, the interim government has not yet said anything about the final statement of this meeting.

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The Organization of Islamic Cooperation in its final statement of its 15th session of the Islamic State Conference asked for the establishment of an inclusive government, respect for human rights and support of the people in Afghanistan.

Combating terrorism, combating narcotics, and respecting the rights of ethnic minorities are other issues of this 34-article statement that the Islamic Emirate has been asked to observe.

"We stress the importance of full respect for the human rights of all Afghans and the need to protect the fundamental rights of Afghan girls and women, especially the right to education and work, and call for more communication with the de facto authorities on these issues. We also emphasize the need to make more efforts to address the challenges associated with ethnic groups, terrorism, drugs and social aspects for inclusive governance to achieve sustainable stability," the statement said.

A delegation of the Islamic Emirate also attended the conference; however, the interim government has not yet said anything about the final statement of this meeting.

However, some political analysts say that for enhancing global interaction including that of the Islamic countries with Afghanistan, it is necessary for Kabul to pay attention to these demands.

“The Organization of Islamic Cooperation is not happy that girls’ education is limited or banned in Afghanistan under the name of religion,” said Tariq Farhadi, a political analyst.

“Islamic countries have a vital role in Afghanistan’s political, economic and social survival. The demands that have been made in the statement are right and are the demands of the people of Afghanistan,” said Salim Paigeer, another political analyst.

Representatives from over 50 Islamic countries of the world participated in the meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation held in Gambia, and discussed various issues of the Islamic World.

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