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(Yoshita Singh)United Nations, Sep 8 (PTI) United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday called on the international community to use all the resources it has to deal with the global terrorist threat in Afghanistan and create a safe haven in the war -torn country. Support the establishment of an “inclusive” government. The Taliban announced a day earlier an interim government dominated by top leaders of the insurgent group. Guterres said in a report released here on the situation in Afghanistan and its implications for international peace and security:
In a report released here on the situation in Afghanistan and its implications for international peace and security, Guterres said, “Afghanistan may never again be used as a forum or safe haven for terrorist organizations to threaten or attack any country.” should not be done. I urge the Security Council and the international community as a whole to speak in one voice, act together and use all the means available to them to counter the global terrorist threat in Afghanistan, ensuring that fundamental human rights be respected and the establishment of an inclusive government should be supported.”
He said the world was watching the situation in Afghanistan with a heavy heart and deep uneasiness as to what would happen next.
Guterres said, “The world is watching the events in Afghanistan with a heavy heart and deep uneasiness as to what will happen next. The scenes of chaos, unrest, uncertainty and fear have created anxiety, while what is left in terms of progress and expectations of Afghan women and girls, boys and the younger generation creates panic.”
The UN chief said that Afghanistan should never be used again as a platform or safe haven for terrorist organizations to threaten or attack any country.
Guterres said in his report that the United Nations recorded 88 attacks by ISIL-K between May-August in 2021, a significant increase from the same period last year and that the group “continues to challenge” the Taliban. Shows giving.