Tajik President Strongly Condemns Lawlessness, Murder, Looting and Oppression of Afghan People

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In a prerecorded message that was heated during the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, speaking about Tajikistan’s position regarding the developments in Afghanistan, President Emomali Rahmon strongly condemned all forms of lawlessness, murder, looting, and oppression of the people of Afghanistan.

He expressed concern about the silence of human rights organizations regarding the violation of rights of some ethnic groups residing in Afghanistan, as well as the freedom of its citizens, especially women and children.

According to President Rahmon the rise of the Taliban, which is listed as a terrorist group by the United Nations Security Council, has further complicated the region’s already complex geopolitical process.

Recent developments in Afghanistan, linked to the political and humanitarian crisis and governance, pose a serious threat to regional security and stability.

The critical situation in Afghanistan, which shares an almost 1,400 km border with Tajikistan, cannot leave the government and the people of Tajikistan indifferent.

Source: National information agency of Tajikistan