After the hunger strike of Tamna Zaryab Pariyani in the German city of Cologne and a number of her companions ended, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany has said in connection with the recognition of gender apartheid in Afghanistan that it will adjust its aid to Afghanistan and send aid to a place where women can work freely.
Tamna Zaryab Pariyani is one of the protesting women who was imprisoned by the Taliban in the past for her civil activities, and after being released and leaving the country, on September 1, 2023, in the city of Cologne, Germany, she began to protest for the recognition of gender apartheid in Afghanistan. He sat down and went on a hunger strike.
According to news sources, Philipp Herzog, who is related to the media department of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that he was in contact with the protesting women and valued cooperation with them.
This official of the German Foreign Ministry continued to strongly condemn the Taliban’s violation of human rights, especially the systematic discrimination against women and girls, and said, “We work where women can continue to work and where we can guarantee that women and Children can access these aids, we help.”
Germany has moderated its financial aid in Afghanistan while global aid has been reduced due to the imposition of restrictions and aid agencies have also faced a lack of funds to distribute humanitarian aid.