The United Nations social office, UNESCO, required the security of Afghanistan’s social legacy and to guarantee a protected climate for craftsmen, days after the Taliban cleared to control in Kabul.
Afghanistan is home to two UNESCO World Heritage destinations, including the Bamiyan Valley, where the Taliban exploded two goliath Buddha sculptures before the Islamist bunch was removed from power in 2001.
“In the midst of the quickly unfurling occasions, and 20 years after the purposeful annihilation of the Bamiyan Buddhas, a World Heritage site, UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay requires the safeguarding of Afghanistan’s social legacy,” UNESCO said in a proclamation on Thursday.
UNESCO said Afghanistan’s different legacy and social locales were an indispensable piece of Afghan history and character, and of significance for mankind all in all.
“It is crucial for the future of Afghanistan to safeguard and preserve these landmarks,” UNESCO said.