Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: The meeting of the leaders of the Central Asian countries and the Council of Europe was held on (Friday, 12th of Gemini) in the city of Cholpon Atai, Kyrgyzstan, with the presence of the leaders of the five Central Asian countries and Charles Michel, the president of the European Council.
In the final statement of the meeting, it is stated that the participants expressed their common concern about the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan.
The heads of the countries of Central Asia and the Council of Europe have appreciated the efforts of the international community to help the people of Afghanistan despite the difficult conditions.
They asked the international community to increase humanitarian aid to the people of Afghanistan.
The heads of Central Asian countries and the Council of Europe emphasized the importance of establishing an inclusive government and respecting the human rights and fundamental freedoms of all Afghan citizens, especially women, girls and ethnic groups.
The heads of Central Asian countries and the Council of Europe have added in this statement that they are committed to developing Afghanistan into a safe, peaceful, stable and prosperous country.
They have called for the continuation of the dialogue between the European Union and Central Asia regarding Afghanistan and have considered this dialogue important.
The special representatives of the European Union and the countries of Central Asia for Afghanistan have emphasized the formation of an inclusive government in Afghanistan and the abolition of Taliban restrictions against women and girls in this country in the final statement of their meeting in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. This meeting was held on May 25 and 26.