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Amiri’s promise: We support Afghan women

Bayan news

At the same time as Mother’s Day is celebrated in Afghanistan, Reena Amiri, the US Special Representative for Human Rights and Women in Afghanistan, has promised to support Afghan women and girls.

Amiri congratulated Afghanistan on Mother’s Day in a tweet.

He added: “We are committed to supporting the efforts of Afghan mothers to access the right to education, work and create a better future for their children.”

He emphasizes the support of Afghan women and girls while the caretaker government of Kabul has imposed serious restrictions against Afghan women and girls.

Banning education, banning women from working in domestic and foreign offices is one of the most important restrictions that the caretaker government of Kabul has implemented against women.

Applying these restrictions has caused the imposition of sanctions against the caretaker government of Kabul.

Meanwhile, Afghan women and girls have started mass protests against the policies of the caretaker government in Kabul. Various groups of women protested against these restrictions in the streets and in closed spaces and demanded their removal.

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