Chief Executive of NUG: no place is secure for civilians in Afghanistan
Abdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive of National Unity Government, has participated in the 37 session of United Nations human rights council. He has said: no place is secure for Afghan civilians, he was speaking among the human right council members for the first time in Geneva. Mr. Abdullah Said: “no place is secure in Afghanistan. Mosques, Hospitals, Schools, Universities, Media centers and all soft targets are in danger of terror attacks.”
Dr. Abdullah was speaking for the first time on behalf of Afghanistan also emphasized that Afghanistan and UN Security Council has considered on a useful frame work for elimination of violence and national unity government has provided all documents of interference of specified country “Pakistan” that is supporting terrorists to this council. The NUG CEO is giving this speech at a time that, according to UNAMA report at least 10 thousand civilians were killed and injured in 2017.