EU diplomacy in the United States and Afghanistan has called on the Taliban to hastily end their military offensive. This is according to a joint statement released on Monday.
The report points out that the continued attacks by militant Islamic Taliban are leading to civilian casualties, displacement of people and destruction of public infrastructure across the country.
Representatives of the United States, the European Union, NATO, Japan, South Korea and others said, “The Taliban attack is a direct contradiction in their claim to support a negotiated settlement to the conflict.” Some European countries.
The report also denounced the existence of “credible reports” that suppress the human rights of women and girls and shut down private and public media outlets.
“Afghans have achieved a lot in the last 20 years and want to continue to build on their achievements in development, human rights and freedom of expression,” the statement said. “We want to underline that progress made in recent years can only be sustained if all parties work together.”
Representatives of the Taliban and the Afghan government met in Qatar last weekend for talks. Taliban spokesman Mohammad Naeem later agreed that the two sides would meet frequently in the future to find a political solution to the conflict.
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