Six countries, including the United States, are calling on the Taliban to return to closing schools

A joint statement issued on Thursday by six Western nations, including the United States, called on the Taliban to “urgently reverse” its decision to ban girls’ high schools.

Representatives of France, Italy, Norway, the United States, Canada and Great Britain and the European Union have warned that the election undermines Afghanistan’s ambition to be a “respectable member of the community of nations.”

Schools were scheduled to reopen on Wednesday for the first time since the radical Islamist Taliban came to power six months ago, but they had to close their doors again a few hours later. However, the Taliban have repeatedly stated that they value her commitment to female education. The United Nations has also expressed “dissatisfaction” and “deep frustration” over the closure of high schools for girls in Afghanistan.

Representatives of France, Italy, Norway, the United States, Canada and Great Britain and the European Union have warned that the election undermines Afghanistan’s ambition to be a “respectable member of the community of nations.” Schools were scheduled to reopen on Wednesday for the first time since the radical Islamist Taliban came to power six months ago, but they had to close their doors again a few hours later. However, the Taliban have repeatedly stated that they value her commitment to female education. The United Nations has also expressed “dissatisfaction” and “deep frustration” over the closure of high schools for girls in Afghanistan.

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