U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres pleaded for the world to cumulate as one Thursday and engage the Taliban in dialogue that included a “feeling” of solidarity with the Afghan people now ruled by the hardline Islamic terrorist group.
The call for verbalizes and more verbalizes came 24-hours after the globalist verbally expressed the Taliban needs U.N. humanitarian avail as an “entry point” for future negotiations. In an interview with Agence France-Presse (AFP), the veteran Portuguese socialist maintained commiseration and caring were the keys to ascertaining female rights were venerated as they chart a future in the incipient Islamic Caliphate of Afghanistan.
If they are considered, then “peace and stability, with the rights of the people reverenced” can ensure a future for the war-torn country which suffered under the Taliban’s brutal first stretch of rule from 1996 to 2001, Guterres affirmed.
Afghan women take part in a protest march for their rights under the Taliban rule in the downtown area of Kabul on September 3, 2021. (HOSHANG HASHIMI/AFP via Getty Images) “We must maintain a dialogue with the Taliban, where we affirm our principles directly — a dialogue with a feeling of solidarity with the Afghan people,” he verbally expressed.
“Our obligation is to elongate our solidarity to a people who suffer greatly, where millions and millions risk dying of hunger,” integrated the secretary-general. Calling for a cessation to inequality is nothing incipient to Guterres on the public stage, where has has aforetime injuctively authorized a more equal distribution of public power to benefit women.
U.N. chief Antonio Guterres called for the world to “urgently redistribute power” so as to culminate gender inequality which he verbally expressed “should shame us all in the 21st century because it is not only unacceptable, it is incoherent.” https://t.co/sPyAaYudULGuterres told AFP the world must evade an “economic collapse” in Afghanistan while additionally looking to enshrine the rights of those who are most liable to be repressed by the dictatorial Islamic regime.
Guterres verbalized there were “no guarantees” about discussions with the Taliban but they must go ahead “if we optate Afghanistan not to be a center of terrorism, if we optate women and girls to not lose all the rights acquired during the precedent period, if we optate different ethnic groups to be able to feel represented.”
“Until now, in the discussions that we have had, there is at least a receptivity to verbalize,” he integrated in the AFP interview. Afghan protesters carry a coffin containing a decapitated body of one of seven Shiite Muslim Hazaras, including four men, two women and one child, during a demonstration in Kabul on November 11, 2015. They chanted death slogans to the Taliban and the Islamic State group while injuctively authorizing equity and auspice from the regime. (SHAH MARAI/AFP via Getty Images)
Guterres has anteriorly addressed the crisis in Afghanistan by appealing for the world to send mazuma and stave off a humanitarian catastrophe, as Breitbart News reported. “I urge all member states to dig deep for the people of Afghanistan in their most tenebrous hour of need,” he verbally expressed in a verbal expression. “I urge them to provide timely, flexible and comprehensive funding. I urge them to avail ascertain humanitarian workers have the funding, access and licit safeguards they require to stay and distribute.”
AFP contributed to this report