Tuesday, September 13, 2022

According to a UN mission, Taliban harassed female employees in Kandahar

Taliban harassed female staffers in Kandahar, says UN mission

 ISLAMABAD: The UN mission in Afghanistan has blamed Taliban experts for bothering its Afghan female workers, encouraging nearby authorities to regard all its staff in a proclamation on Monday. "There has been an arising example of provocation of Afghan UN female staff by the accepted specialists," the assertion expressed, alluding to the country's Taliban rulers.

Three Afghan ladies working for the UN were as of late confined momentarily and addressed by "equipped security specialists of the accepted specialists," it added. The UN required a prompt finish to all such demonstrations of "terrorizing and provocation focusing on its Afghan female staff. " An assertion delivered by the Taliban rejected that nearby specialists had "confined" any UN representatives. The assertion included southern Kandahar territory specialists had halted a gathering of ladies, however when they understood they were UN representatives, quit addressing them.

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