According to EU Ambassador to Afghanistan Von Brandt, the EU ambassadors met virtually to discuss the situation in Afghanistan.
On Tuesday night, ambassador Brandt tweeted that the meeting also discussed finding a safe approach to help Afghan people.
He did not go into detail about the meeting.
The meeting was held virtually, and a number of other countries’ representatives were present, in addition to the European Union’s ambassadors.
Concerns about Afghanistan’s “worsening political” situation are increasing.
It should be noted that the Taliban’s human rights violations and restrictions on women and girls in Afghanistan have long been a subject of concern for the world and international organizations.
Women must cover their faces when appearing television, according to the Taliban’s latest directive following making hijab mandatory.
The UN Security Council issued a joint statement calling on the Taliban to immediately reverse policies and cease practices that impede women’s and girls’ human rights and fundamental freedoms.