The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan has announced that 42 centers and hospitals of this organization are closed in 6 districts of Wardak province due to Taliban threats.
Out of 77 active health centers and hospitals in Maidan Wardak which are managed by the committee, 42 centers and hospitals were closed due to Taliban threats in 6 districts of the province, Swedish Committee said in a statement on Wednesday.
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With the closure of these health centers, 5700 patients will face problems on daily basis.
Forcing the Swedish committee to close health centers that deprive the people of health services is a flagrant violation of human rights and international humanitarian law, Sonny Mansson, country director of Swedish Committee for Afghanistan said.
He asked on immediate reopening of the health centers.
Mansson called on sides involved in war to refrain from actions that deliberately put in danger the life of civilians.
He reported the direct contact of Swedish Committee for Afghanistan with sides involved in war and emphasized that the committee tries to reopen the closed health centers in Maidan Wardak province.
Mr. Mansson asked Taliban to agree for immediate reopening of the health centers in Waidan Wardak.
Meanwhile, in an airstrike of security forces carried out in Day Mirdad district of the province killed four civilians and demolished a health center of Swedish Committee.