"Good news to come soon" on girls' education in Afghanistan, promises Taliban leader
Employment News- Afghanistan's interior minister has promised "very good news" soon on the return of girls to secondary schools. He made this promise in an interview aired by CNN on Monday. In fact, after the departure of the US Army from Afghanistan, the Taliban took over the power of the country. With which he had closed high schools and colleges for girls. The decision angered many Afghans and the international community.
At the same time, now Interior Minister Sirajuddin Haqqani said, "I want to give some clarification. There is no one to oppose education for women." He argued that girls can already go to primary school. "Above that grade, work on a system is in progress." He said in his first television interview that "very soon you will hear good news on this issue." Haqqani indicated that the "new system" would be based on school dress codes, Afghan "culture" and "Islamic rules and principles".
After returning to power, the Taliban had asked women to wear at least one hijab. A head scarf, she can show her face. But since the beginning of May, women were forced to wear the burqa.
On CNN, the minister said that the last 20 years were a state of defensive fighting and war. But he wants to have good relations with the United States and the international community in the future. We don't see them as enemies.