UN official: Women should be included in the future of Afghanistan

The executive director of the United Nations Women’s Affairs Office has called the closure of women’s hair salons by the caretaker government another blow to the rights of Afghan women.

The Executive Director of the United Nations Women’s Affairs Office, Sima Pakhsh, wrote on her Twitter yesterday: “Closing of (women’s) beauty salons in Afghanistan is another blow to women’s rights and a further attempt to remove them from public life. The future of Afghanistan must belong to women.

It should be noted that on the 4th of July (13th of Cancer) of this month, the Ministry of Good and Prohibition of Evil informed the owners of women’s hair salons in Afghanistan that they will stop their activities within a month, according to the verbal order of Mullah Hebatullah Akhundzadeh, the leader of the Taliban. do

Meena Habib Events News Agency

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