Washington appoints ambassador for women’s rights in Afghanistan

Washington appoints ambassador for women's rights in Afghanistan

US diplomat Anthony has announced that Rina Amiri, an Afghan-born American who has served in the administration of former President Barack Obama, will be Joe Biden’s special envoy for women’s and women’s rights and human rights in Afghanistan. eye blinking.

“As Special Envoy, she will serve on a series of important issues that are important to me, to the U.S. administration and to US national security: human rights and fundamental freedoms, women, women and other people at risk for their diversity,” she said. In a statement.

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