Publish dateTuesday 24 January 2023 - 09:33
Story Code : 264219
Muttaqi in a meeting with the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations: Our general amnesty has no precedent in contemporary history
Martin Griffiths, the United Nations Deputy Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief, arrived in Kabul at the head of a high-ranking delegation and met and talked with Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: Hafez Zia Ahmad, the Deputy Spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, announced in a tweet Monday (January 23) the meeting of the Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Emirate, Amir Khan Muttaqi, with Martin Griffiths, the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations. Is.
It is stated in the tweet that Omar Abdi, the deputy executive director of UNICEF and officials of several international aid organizations, including the head of Care International and the head of Save the Children, also accompanied Martin Griffiths on the trip.
In this meeting, the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations expressed his happiness about the effective security of Afghanistan and said that due to good security, we have been able to expand our services to all parts of the country.
Griffiths announced the amount of aid from the international community to the amount of 4.6 billion dollars and said that this amount has been distributed among 28 million Afghan citizens.
The Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations has also shared his concerns about women's work and education in Afghanistan.
In the continuation of the meeting, Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi stated that Afghanistan is a part of the international community and said that the United Nations has a great responsibility and a constructive role in bringing Afghanistan and the world closer together.
The Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs has also mentioned the general amnesty decree in the country: "We presented an example of a general amnesty that has no example in contemporary history."
At the end, Muttaqi appreciated the resumption of the activities of the "Care" Organization in Afghanistan and requested the UN delegation to share the latest achievements and opportunities in Afghanistan with the international community.
This is the second high-ranking delegation of the United Nations to visit Kabul in recent weeks. Last week, Amina Mohammad, the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations and the delegation along with the trip to Afghanistan met and talked with various government officials.
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