G-20 plans to hold virtual summit on Afghan crisis

Taliban fighters wave Taliban flags in Kabul, Afghanistan.

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The virtual meeting is expected to focus on inclusive government, the terrorist threat and the spread of radicalization, financial support, minority rights, women’s rights and the looming refugee crisis and evacuation.

The G-20 plans to hold an autonomous summit on the Afghan crisis soon to discuss and explore solutions to the problems the war-torn country faced after the Taliban took power in Kabul. The virtual meeting is expected to focus on inclusive government, the terrorist threat and the spread of radicalization, financial support, minority rights, women’s rights and the looming refugee crisis and evacuation. G-20 foreign ministers met virtually last week

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