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UN Security Council to Meet on Afghanistan in June

The United Nations Security Council is set to meet on the situation in Afghanistan later this month.

Although the exact date of this meeting has not been specified, the statement indicates that the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Afghanistan, Roza Otunbayeva, will also brief this meeting.

“In June, the Security Council will convene for its quarterly open briefing on Afghanistan. Special Representative of the Secretary-General and head of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) Roza Otunbayeva and a representative of civil society are expected to brief. Closed consultations are scheduled to follow the briefing,” the statement reads.

Meanwhile, the Islamic Emirate stated that the United Nations Assistance Mission for Afghanistan should prepare its reports in a manner that reflects the current realities of Afghanistan.

The spokesman for the Islamic Emirate said that this meeting should address the progress on Afghanistan's economic issues.

Islamic Emirate spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said: "UNAMA should represent Afghanistan well, and should be the way of coordination between the UN and Afghanistan. It should also reflect the realities and suggestions of Afghanistan.”

“These meetings can have a positive effect on our political relations with the world and we welcome this meeting, and the important issue is the participation leadership of the Islamic Emirate,” said Shams Rahman Ahmadzai, a political analyst.

The third Doha meeting on key issues of Afghanistan is scheduled to be held on June 31 and July 1 with the participation of special representatives of countries for Afghanistan, hosted by the United Nations in Doha.

UN Security Council to Meet on Afghanistan in June

The spokesman for the Islamic Emirate said that this meeting should address the progress on Afghanistan's economic issues.

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The United Nations Security Council is set to meet on the situation in Afghanistan later this month.

Although the exact date of this meeting has not been specified, the statement indicates that the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Afghanistan, Roza Otunbayeva, will also brief this meeting.

“In June, the Security Council will convene for its quarterly open briefing on Afghanistan. Special Representative of the Secretary-General and head of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) Roza Otunbayeva and a representative of civil society are expected to brief. Closed consultations are scheduled to follow the briefing,” the statement reads.

Meanwhile, the Islamic Emirate stated that the United Nations Assistance Mission for Afghanistan should prepare its reports in a manner that reflects the current realities of Afghanistan.

The spokesman for the Islamic Emirate said that this meeting should address the progress on Afghanistan's economic issues.

Islamic Emirate spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said: "UNAMA should represent Afghanistan well, and should be the way of coordination between the UN and Afghanistan. It should also reflect the realities and suggestions of Afghanistan.”

“These meetings can have a positive effect on our political relations with the world and we welcome this meeting, and the important issue is the participation leadership of the Islamic Emirate,” said Shams Rahman Ahmadzai, a political analyst.

The third Doha meeting on key issues of Afghanistan is scheduled to be held on June 31 and July 1 with the participation of special representatives of countries for Afghanistan, hosted by the United Nations in Doha.

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