Accidents, Afghanistan, Politics, Security چهارشنبه, 2 فوریه , 2022Short Link:
Ariana News Agency: Guterres has advised the UN Security Council to approve the establishment of a new human rights watchdog in Afghanistan.
The Taliban and its allies have killed scores of former Afghan officials, members of the security forces and individuals who have worked with foreign forces since the withdrawal of US troops, according to a report by the UN Secretary-General to the Security Council.
In the report, Antonio Guterres spoke of deteriorating living conditions for Afghanistan’s 39 million people despite the end of the war with the Taliban in August.
“A complex social and economic system is closing down,” Guterres said.
Guterres has advised the UN Security Council to approve a restructuring of the UN mission to address the situation, including the creation of a new human rights watchdog.