It has been over a month since gun-carrying Taliban forces landed at Kabul and strengthened their control over the strife-torn country. Now, they are striving for a seat in the United Nations and seeking global recognition.
The new Afghan rulers wrote to the only truly universal global organization, the U.N., asking to address the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) meeting of world leaders in New York. Moreover, the Afghan rulers asserted they possess all the must-haves needed for their government recognition. Thus, the intergovernmental organization has efficiently answered to the Afghan Taliban’s formal call by proclaiming “not so fast.”
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Afghanistan joined the United Nations in 1946 as an early member country and is planned to speak last at the UNGA leader’s meeting on 27th September. With no session till now held by the organizing committee that decides challenges to credentials, it seems nearly inevitable that Islamic Emirate’s present top diplomat would deliver the speech this time, or otherwise, no one will address it.
Afghanistan is a Particular Case Study Why UN Was Founded
Furthermore, the U.N. could refuse or grant official confession on the Afghan Taliban and use that as a decisive influence to exact assurances on fundamental human rights and women’s access to education.
The President of the CIGI Think Tank (Centre for International Governance Innovation), Rohinton Medhora, said that the ‘Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’ is a suitable and an utmost particular case study of exactly why the U.N. was founded in the consequences of World War II, on 24th Oct. 1945.
He also said that if they’re the intergovernmental organization and the desire to represent the club of nations, they wish categorically every one of the country there. So, therefore, the United Nations needs the Islamic Emirate and other nations to illustrate the value of several of its operations.
Nasir Andisha, Afghan presently accredited envoy to the United Nations in Geneva, told the AP News that new Afghan rulers don’t represent the inclination of the Afghanis. Andisha said that if the U.N. accepts the Taliban’s claim to power, then the organization delivers a sensational message to others, be it in Myanmar or Yemen, that they could take up arms, create brutality, and join with America-designated terrorist attacks groups.
Moreover, Nasir Andisha said that he realizes for the world, for the U.N., it is time to use that to take benefit.
Suhail Shaheen, the Afghan Taliban’s selected United Nations representative, told the media that his administration should be admitted into the organization and that all major cities and borders of the Islamic Emirate are in their control.