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The Oslo meeting with the presence of representatives of the Islamic Emirate at the same time as the protests of human rights activists

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The Norwegian Summit was hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of this country on Tuesday (June 13) with the presence of representatives of various countries including Afghanistan.

Abdul Qahar Balkhi, the spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Shamsuddin Mansour, the representative of the Ministry of Defense and Ruhollah Omar, the representative of the Ministry of Interior participated in this meeting on behalf of the caretaker government of Kabul.

At the same time, a number of Afghan experts, political activists and human rights activists have been invited by the Norwegian Foreign Ministry to this meeting.

Masih Alinejad, a human rights activist, said in this meeting that the international community’s measures to deprive Afghan women of education were not sufficient and appropriate.

He added: “Imagine that you are not allowed to study, what will be your reaction?” “If western women are deprived of education, the world will go crazy.”

However, journalists have reported that the meeting was held under strict security measures and without the presence of the media.

However, a number of human rights activists and Afghan citizens living in Norway have protested against the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of this country.

Afghan human rights activists ask Norway and representatives of countries in this meeting to put pressure on the Kabul government to remove restrictions against women and how to educate Afghan girls.

Mina Rafiq, an Afghan human rights activist, says that the people of Afghanistan, especially the women and girls of this country, demand the restoration of their basic rights, including the right to education and the right to work.

This human rights activist stood alone in front of the Norwegian Foreign Ministry by preparing a protest banner and closed his mouth as a protest.

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