Internal Disagreement Cause of UN’s Ineffectiveness in Afghanistan: Faiq

Naseer Ahmad Faiq told TOLOnews if there is no coordination among the members of the UN, the functions of the organization will be in trouble.

Naseer Ahmad Faiq, the Chargé d’Affaires of the Afghanistan Permanent Mission to the UN said that disagreement among the members of the UN regarding Afghanistan and the lack of a coherent political view have caused the efforts of this organization to be unsuccessful.

“Until the member countries provide the necessary cooperation and support to the mission and activities of the UN, unfortunately, the functioning of the UN will face problems, the same is the case with the issue of Afghanistan,” he added.

The United Nations has held three meetings on Afghanistan in less than one month, the Doha meeting on Afghanistan on February 18 and 19 and two meetings of the UN Security Council on Afghanistan on February 26 and March 6.

“Russia and China also called for an inclusive government in Afghanistan; just on the human rights issue, Russia and China don’t want themselves to be asked, they consider human rights an internal issue,” said Tariq Farhadi, an international relations analyst.

Meanwhile, the Islamic Emirate said that without the presence of the caretaker government, no international meeting on Afghanistan will be bear results.

“The fact that the meetings ended without result is because Afghanistan did not play a role in these meetings and is not present at the meetings to guide their main direction, these meetings will not have any practical result,” said Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate.

The United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres invited civil society activists and the Islamic Emirate to the second meeting in Doha on Afghanistan, but the Islamic Emirate did not participate because its conditions were not met.

Internal Disagreement Cause of UN’s Ineffectiveness in Afghanistan: Faiq