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NEW YORK – The UN’s top envoy in Afghanistan urged the Taliban to engage in direct Afghan-owned talks with authorities in Kabul and start a peace process to bring the suffering of the Afghan people to an end.
Suicide attacks and IEDs caused high number of deaths and injuries
UN envoy Yamamoto maintains close dialogue on key issues with Afghans across the country.
SG Guterres met with Afghans displaced by conflict during his summer 2017 visit to Kabul.
UN conducts extensive development and humanitarian work in Afghanistan.
Afghanistan’s Minister to the US signs the Charter of the United Nations on 19 November 1946.
UN supports media freedoms and the fight against impunity.
UN Security Council visits Afghanistan in January 2018
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TALOQAN - Protecting civilians is the responsibility of all parties to the conflict, stressed panelists in a UN-backed radio programme in Taloqan, the capital of the north-eastern Takhar province.
CHARIKAR - Increasing women’s participation in the upcoming elections was the focus of a UN-backed event in Charikar city, the capital of Parwan province.
NILI – Peace-building is the responsibility of each community across Afghanistan, said participants in a UN-backed radio discussion broadcast in the central highlands province of Daikundi.
KABUL - Calls for increased protection of women’s rights and the inclusion of women in decision-making processes framed discussions at UN-backed events across Afghanistan.
TALOQAN - The role of civil society members in promoting and defending human rights was the focus of a recent UN-backed event in the northeastern province of Takhar.
Read UNAMA's latest civilians reports here.