(MENAFN- Khaama Press)
As Afghanistan's humanitarian situation continues to suppress the vulnerable Afghan people especially amid the freezing winter, United Nations Security Council is all set to convene a meeting on Afghanistan on Wednesday, January, 26.
UN Secretary-General to Afghanistan Deborah Lyons and Norwegian Foreign Minister Anniken Huitfeldt are supposed to brief the council about recent developments in Afghanistan.
United Nations Assistant Mission in Afghanistan UNAMA in a Twitter post said that the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres will also brief the session about the situation in Afghanistan.
This comes as Norway hosted the delegation of IEA and other non-Taliban Afghan personalities in three-day talks during which the Taliban also met with representatives of seven western and European countries including the EU.
Norway had said that the invitation did not mean recognizing the interim government in Afghanistan but to address the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan and prevent the collapse of the country's economic and social systems.
Acting FM of Afghanistan who was leading the IEA's delegation to Norway praise the talks as an achievement but added that it was just a session of listening to each other's takes.
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