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Even after 6 months of Taliban occupation, the condition of Afghanistan is critical, claims UN report

UN On Afghanistan: The economic condition of Afghanistan is very bad. The UN Secretary-General said in a report that even after nearly six months of Taliban occupation, the situation in Afghanistan remains uncertain and the situation has deteriorated significantly. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said in his report on the ‘Situation of Afghanistan and International Peace and Security’ on Thursday that it is necessary to avoid the situation of isolation for stability and to get international support in the future. He said the Taliban was trying to present itself as a caretaker government. But still the construction of administrative structure has not been done properly.

Afghanistan’s condition still critical: UN

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres further said that the absence of a governance structure reflects the country’s ethnic, political and geographical diversity. The situation is not getting better due to lack of resources and capacity. A lack of resources and capacity as well as an ideology that in many ways conflicted with international norms of governance. Which is causing a lot of damage. Guterres also said that the Taliban had not established the confidence of many Afghans or convinced Afghans of their ability to govern. Many people here still want to leave their country.

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‘Access necessary to all sections of society’

At the same time, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that it is imperative that every effort is made to reach all sections of Afghan society to establish a better governance process. To promote inclusive governance structures that fully reflect the wishes and interests of Afghan society. Let us tell you that the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan in August last year after nearly two decades of war. After which the American soldiers were withdrawn from there. At that time, Ashraf Ghani, the President of Afghanistan, was forced to flee to the United Arab Emirates, while he also had the support of America.

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