Tatiana Rojc (photo from her Twitter profile)
Afghanistan, Rojc (Pd): “Europe will take joint initiatives or it will be exposed and weak”
“The requests and manifestations of solidarity towards the weakest and most at risk groups of the Afghan population, starting with women, are necessary but not enough. The Taliban have taken office and will not go away, the US is pulling out of that theater, other powers are positioning themselves, and Europe will be increasingly exposed if it is weak and unable to take unitary, rapid and incisive political initiatives. “.
“The question of civil rights must be the discriminating factor for regulating relations with the new state reality, which under the propaganda is showing a familiar and brutal face. Otherwise any alarm on the flow of refugees will be useless and instrumental”.
Thus expressed the senator Tatjana Rojc (Pd), a member of the Foreign Affairs Commission at Palazzo Madama, after the EU and 20 other states including the US and the UK expressed concern “for Afghan women and girls, their rights to education, work and freedom of movement”.