Betpas GirişBETPAS GIRIS ICIN TIKLAYIN
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Spokesperson Jens Laerke answered questions about the latest situation in Afghanistan.
“The UN continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation.” Laerke, who said, did not provide information about the evacuation of many UN employees working throughout the country.
Laerke, on whether they are concerned about the safety of UN staff, “We remind you that the Taliban and all parties to the conflict have obligations under international law to protect civilians, including UN and non-UN humanitarian workers, on security.” used the expression.
The administration in Afghanistan is passing to the Taliban! The first statement came
UN HAS A MAJOR PRESENCE IN AFGHANISTAN
Betpas KayıtBETPAS GIRIS ICIN TIKLAYIN
Laerke, upon question yesterday, 13 August, stated that despite the increasing insecurity in Afghanistan, the UN is determined to continue its humanitarian aid work in the country where it has been for 70 years without interruption.
Taliban release prisoners
Spokesperson Laerke emphasized that the UN has a very large presence in Afghanistan, especially those working on humanitarian issues.
In Afghanistan, the Taliban took control of all the border gates of the country and all major provincial centers except the capital Kabul, and began to enter the suburbs of Kabul.
Great escape from the Taliban! Kabul is locked