The media-supporting organizations called for answers about the disappearing journalists.
But the Islamic Emirate considers the findings of this report unfounded.
According to officers at the company, most of their staff have quit working in recent months due to non-payment of salaries.
Based on the available numbers, more than 140 cases of violence against journalists have been registered over the past nine months.
However, some media outlets say that they are trying to help the situation of media employees.
The suspension of these commissions has attracted much criticism.
But the Ministry of Interior denied any type of mistreatment of Etimad.
Zabiullah Mujahid said the Islamic Emirate supports the activities of the media in Afghanistan.
Journalists and a UNESCO representative also attended the meeting in Kabul Saturday to mark World Press Freedom Day.
Jalili told TOLOnews that armed men stopped his car at a checkpoint in Kabul on Friday night and detained him.
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