Women of Afghanistan Movement reacted to the Oslo meeting and said that the meeting was against human rights and that Afghanistan has become a safe sanctuary for terrorists.
Today, June 14, this movement issued a statement saying that the meeting is in contrast with human rights because the Taliban have committed crimes against humanity and are therefore not worthy to participate in this meeting.
In the statement, it is said that during these 2 years, the Taliban have marginalised women as well as other ethnic and religious groups and deprived people of their individual and social freedoms, and in this situation, this terrorist group is invited to the sitting instead of people’s representatives who, based on international laws and human rights values, have committed crimes against humanity.
This movement added that this kind of attitude is considered the spread of terrorism, and such actions from democratic countries such as Norway cause hopelessness, and any kind of interaction with terrorists such as the Taliban means acceptance of war crimes, gender apartheid, and crimes against humanity.
Women and girls in Afghanistan ask Norway and all the participants in this meeting who are committed to freedom, gender equality, and justice to use any means necessary to put pressure on the Taliban.