London – Nobel Peace Prize Malala YousafzaiThe one who survived the Taliban shooting in 2012 for standing up for women’s education, today warned against it Afghanistan He is experiencing a “humanitarian crisis”.
“We cannot see a country going back decades or centuries,” the 24-year-old Pakistani activist said in an interview with the BBC.
“We must take courageous stands to defend women and girls” in Afghanistan, stressed Yousafzai, who was shot in the head when he was 15 by the Taliban while returning home on a school bus.
Malala was treated for her injuries in the UK, where she settled and studied for a degree at Oxford University.
“I have not communicated with the (British) prime minister,” he added. Boris Johnson“They have an important leadership role to play now and must take courageous positions to protect human rights,” said the activist, who warned world leaders that “they have an important leadership role to play now.”
“Countries must open their borders to Afghan refugees and displaced people,” the Nobel laureate said, also calling for “ensuring refugee children have access to education” and that “their future is not lost.”
On Sunday, August 15, the Taliban reached the gates of Kabul, after a devastating offensive that began in May after the withdrawal of US and NATO forces began. In the past 10 days, the insurgents have captured every major city in Afghanistan, meeting no resistance or resistance.
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