On the occasion of International Women's Day, the Taliban Foreign Ministry emphasized the need to address the problems of Afghan women.
Abdul Qahar Balkhi; A Taliban foreign ministry spokeswoman tweeted today (Tuesday) on the occasion of International Women's Solidarity Day, saying that the long wars had inflicted heavy casualties on Afghan women.
Women's problems will be solved based on Islamic values and customs accepted by Afghan society.
International organizations, meanwhile, have expressed concern about the situation of women in Afghanistan and called for improvements.
On the other hand, "Abdullah Abdullah"; The former head of the Afghan Supreme National Reconciliation Council also supported the legitimate rights of women in Afghanistan on the occasion of Women's Day.
She wrote in a message that women have made countless sacrifices over the years and are an important part of Afghanistan's Islamic and national identity.
Human Rights Watch also stressed today the full realization of women and their access to education.
At the same time, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) announced on the occasion of the day that the organization will stand by Afghan women and girls.
International Women's Day is being celebrated in Afghanistan as officials from the governing body of the country emphasize women's access to their opportunities and rights.
Last week, Afghan universities resumed their work after a six-month hiatus of male and female students.
However, some women in Afghanistan have not been able to return to work since the recent developments in the country, and there are still some restrictions on them for various reasons in terms of education and other social issues.