At the UN General Assembly, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Emir of Qatar, urged the Taliban to adhere to the Doha agreement and avoid repeating "past mistakes”.
Al-Thani emphasised that the people of Afghanistan, especially minorities and women, should have their human rights, such as the right to education and work.
The Emir of Qatar, whose country hosted the political representation of the Taliban and the group's peace talks with the United States, said that he raised this issue so that the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan does not become more complicated.
He also added that his country wants dialogues within the framework of the United Nations in Afghanistan and stressed on respect for human rights and girls' access to education in Afghanistan.
He stated that it must be ensured that the people of Afghanistan have access to international aid.
As the host of negotiations between the Taliban and the US, Qatar has played a prominent role in the return of the Taliban to power in Afghanistan.
In accordance with the Doha agreement, the Taliban had committed to upholding the rights of women and Afghan citizens. However, it has been two years since girls have been denied access to education, and women have been unjustly deprived of their rights to work and social life.