The UN deputy chief, Amina Mohammed urged on 21 July for Afghans to reconcile with the past and put "women at the centre" of all efforts to forge a durable peace, and a truly inclusive political process where women's voices are truly heard.
She spoke on the peace process after leading an all-women delegation of top UN officials for an intensive two-day "solidarity mission" focussed on women, peace and securit. During the mission, Mohammed had face-to-face conversations with Afghan women, and ...
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