KABUL: Acting Minister of Information and Culture, Mawlavi Khairullah Khairkhawh, in a meeting with the UNAMA representative, praised the organization’s efforts for drawing humanitarian aids for the people of Afghanistan, Bakhtar News Agency reported the other day.
The UNAMA representative shared information with the acting Minister of Information and Culture about her meeting with the world countries’ aid agencies and
assured him of the world continued efforts in the field of flowing aids to the people of Afghanistan, the agency said.
“Releasing up $280 million of the country’s assets would help stabilize the country’s monetary he UNAMA representative.
She also stressed the need for women and girls’ education and providing them with work opportunities and spoke on human rights and women rights as well the formation of an inclusive government in the country.
Meantime, the country’s Minister of Information and Culture praised the efforts of the UNAMA for doing its best to draw humanitarian aids and added freezing the Afghan assets would only harm the people of Afghanistan, the source quoted.
He said that women are now working in health and other necessary sectors and added that as Afghanistan is an Islamic and traditional society, there is a need for gradual work for them in the future.
The Kabul Times