The United Nations says the Taliban, Afghanistan’s new rulers, are asking to speak at the U.N. General Assembly’s meeting of world leaders that began Tuesday. A special U.N. committee would have to approve the request.
The Taliban wants to send a high-ranking official to a gathering of world leaders this week at the United Nations General Assembly, according to a UN official, an indication that the militant group seeks legitimacy on the world’s biggest diplomatic stage.
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Hillel Neuer The Taliban have asked to address world leaders at the U.N. this week and nominated Suhail Shaheen as Afghanistan’s U.N. ambassador. If the Taliban win recognition, they inherit Afghanistan’s seat on the U.N. Women’s Rights Commission.
Ζετα Μπαγκ #TurkeyIsATerrorState UN has no problem accepting Tr 47yrs after Cy invasion and attrocities, denial to accept genocides committed, human rights and int΄l law violated everyday, aggressive behaviour twds neighbours, military offensive worldwide, using migrants as a weapon/hybrid war, illgl arms sales.
Radio Ed I thought the rest of the world were trying to eliminate them. You know, bombing terrorists. Why are they getting on the UN?