To discuss the existing situation in Afghanistan, the United Nations Security Council has decided to hold a meeting on January 27. This comes following the visit of the deputy chief of the UN, Amina Mohammed.
A spokesperson for the UAE permanent mission to the UN, Shahad Matar, said on Twitter that at the UNSC meeting, Amina Mohammed is expected to brief about her trip to Afghanistan.
“The UAE, Japan & France requested a meeting in closed consultations this Friday to hear from DSG Amina Mohammed on her recent trip to Afghanistan, including her engagements, the messages she relayed, and her candid assessment of the situation.
A closed meeting is the most effective and appropriate format for the Council to hear from the DSG, given the sensitive nature of the visit and the fluid situation on the ground,” Matar said in her tweet.
The Islamic Emirate has requested the attendees of such meetings to cooperate with the Afghan government