The hasty withdrawal of US-led North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces and the lack of popular support for the Afghan government created enough conditions for the seizure of the country by the armed group, AIPSO said in a statement.
It recalled that the previous experience of the Taliban government in Afghanistan was very bad, particularly its treatment of women, children, education and repression of popular rights, a repetition of which should not happen.
Afghanistan should not become a safe haven for terrorist groups, as this would jeopardize peace and stability in the region and the world, AIPSO said.
The failure of the US occupation of Afghanistan proved once again that no foreign force or regime supported by it that does not enjoy popular support can be sustained in perpetuity.
Only the establishment of a new government that is united, inclusive and representative, including with the full, equal and meaningful participation of women, can overcome the current situation in Afghanistan, it stressed.
It is the duty of the international community,’ it continued, ‘to help the Afghan people in this period of crisis and to bring peace and stability.