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The Norwegian Chargé d’affaires has expressed satisfaction with the progress of Afghan women in the private sector

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Amir Khan Muttaqi, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of the government, has met with Paul Kloman Becken, Chargé d’Affaires of the Norwegian Embassy in Afghanistan in Kabul.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs added in a newsletter that the meeting took place on Tuesday (July 11) at the Ministry’s headquarters.

In the newsletter quoted from Bekken, it is stated that the Norwegian government expressed its satisfaction with the progress made by the Islamic Emirate in the areas of providing security, establishing monetary stability, fighting against drugs, improving the human condition and increasing women’s access to work in the private sector.

Meanwhile, Mr. Muttaqi added in this meeting that despite the great achievements of the Islamic Emirate, the international community has not interacted properly with Afghanistan, and on the contrary, it has tried to increase the pressure on the current system in Kabul, which harms the trust-building between Afghanistan and the international community. has reached

Almost two years have passed since the resumption of the Islamic Emirate’s rule over Afghanistan, but still no country has recognized the current system of Kabul.

The Islamic Emirate’s restrictions on women’s work, girls’ education, and human rights restrictions have been challenging issues for the caretaker government of Kabul and the international community.

Some countries have emphasized that they (Islamic Emirate) will not be recognized until the caretaker government of Kabul does not remove educational restrictions.

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