The special representatives of the European Union and Central Asian countries for Afghanistan in a joint statement of their final meeting said that Afghanistan will not achieve peace unless an inclusive government is formed, and all restrictions imposed against women are abolished.
This meeting was held in Ashgabat Turkmenistan on May 25 and 26, and all the participants were representatives of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and special representatives of the European Union.
In this meeting, the formation of inclusive government, human rights, security of Afghanistan and the region, humanitarian aid and abolition of anti-women laws in Afghanistan have been emphasized.
The European Union and Central Asian countries have said that terrorism, extremism, drug trafficking and other illegal cross-border activities will have a negative impact on the region. They have asked the Taliban not to allow extremist groups and global terrorists to use Afghanistan’s territory against regional countries.