UNAMA: Corruption has blocked the Foundations for peace in Afghanistan
Reporter: Moner Mukhtar
The United Nations Assistance Mission for Afghanistan (UNAM) office in Afghanistan reported in its third report that corruption is the biggest obstacle to the rule of law in Afghanistan, which has made the country’s environment and society more dangerous than before, and crimes are also rising. In a report released by UNAMA under the name “Afghanistan’s fight against corruption”, UN special envoy for Afghanistan, Tadamichi Yamamoto, wrote: “Fighting corruption remains an essential requirement in Afghanistan. More importantly, corruption has threatened the prospect of peace in the country, so achieving a peace that is based on trust and justice is still considered impossible in this country. ”
In its report on anti-corruption, UNAMA welcomed the progress made by the Afghan government in fighting corruption, with the United Nations supporting Afghanistan in fulfilling its commitment to a non-corruption society and its obligations under the Convention. Anti-corruption is committed by this organization, the UNAMA report also states that the UN Anti-Corruption Convention is the only legal instrument against corruption.