Afghan Voice Agency(AVA)_Monitoring, This came at a time Uzbekistan hosted a two-day conference on Afghanistan, where delegation from more than 20 countries gathered to facilitate approaches for international communities to better engage in diplomatic relation with Afghanistan, as well as promote peace and security in the country.
“No foreign country should hand-pick leaders or impose a process on Afghans, but the United States stands ready to join partners in supporting dialogue among Afghans regarding a brighter and more inclusive future for their children,” he wrote in a thread.
Addressing the ever-increasing restrictions against women and girls’ education in Afghanistan, West said “many colleagues also raised grave concerns regarding human rights abuses, including restrictions on journalists and women’s ability to contribute to the country’s economic growth.”
“Tomorrow, a senior U.S inter-agency team will continue pragmatic engagement with the Taliban and Afghan technocrats regarding macroeconomic stability issues,” he added.
In an interview with Uzreport World TV channel, west commented on the role of Uzbekistan in ensuring stability in Afghanistan, saying Uzbekistan engage with the Taliban on a wide range of matters, including terrorism, border instability, and human rights to ensure support to the Afghan people.
Meanwhile, the US Special Envoy for Afghan women and human rights Rina Amiri at the Tashkent conference stressed on the economic stability, security, and women’s rights in Afghanistan, saying inclusive government is the only way towards betterment of the country.