April 15, local time, a spokesman for the U.N. Secretary-General said at a daily briefing that the U.N. policy toward Afghanistan will remain unchanged after the withdrawal of U.S. troops from the country.
Secretary-General’s spokesman Dujarric said the U.N. plan is consistent and long-lasting, and that the U.N. “is clearly not blind to what’s happening around us.” Dujarric said the United Nations will continue to adapt to the situation on the ground.
In addition, Dujarric said, the U.N. mission to distribute humanitarian supplies in Afghanistan has not received any NATO or U.S. military support. “The impact on the country as a whole is clear and clear,” Dujarric said. ”
In particular, he noted that the United Nations humanitarian mission in Afghanistan had been going on for “a long, long time” and would continue to help the Afghan people.