Tuesday December 07, 2021

Afghanistan, Myanmar Not Allowed To Send Representatives To UN

NEW YORK: The new governments of Afghanistan and Myanmar have not been allowed to send representatives to the UN General Assembly in the near future.

According to the foreign news agency, the inclusion of Taliban representatives and former Burmese military government in the group of 193 states would be a step towards international recognition.

Only the former ambassadors of the two countries to the United Nations have been asked to continue their work. The relevant UN committee will discuss the issue again before the fall of 2022.

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