Afghanistan Economic Crisis: International aid of $ 76 million to Afghanistan

 
 Afghanistan gets global relief

NewDelhi. The situation in Afghanistan has been getting worse since the Taliban came to power. After the hostile takeover by the Taliban, this is the first such help from the international community the global agencies have come forward to help Afghanistan. It has provided financial assistance of $ 76 million (about Rs 5,800 crore). It will be used to reduce poverty and meet food needs in the country.

It helps in stabilising the value of the Afghan currency

Tolo News quoted Saber Momand, spokesman for the Central Bank of Afghanistan, as saying, "A total amount of $ 761.6 million has been received. This will help in maintaining the value of the Afghan currency. Recently, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appealed to the international community to help this country. However, some Afghan people claim that they are not getting help.

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International community should not interfere in internal affairs: Taliban

The Taliban government has expressed displeasure over the seizure of Afghan assets by the US. Prime Minister Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund criticized the move, saying the international community should not interfere in Afghanistan's internal affairs. "We have said that we will not harm any person or any country," Mulla said. We will fulfill our promise because we are Muslims. We appeal to countries not to create problems for Muslims.

Since the acquisition of the Islamic Emirate in August 2021, the cost of living and food prices have skyrocketed. The report cited the findings of the World Bank and said that income is expected to fall by about a third in the last few months of 2021. At the same time, according to the media portal, the families are unemployed and destitute and are taking strict steps to feed their children.

Earlier, after the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan and the Taliban's takeover; International financial agencies had seized the funds of Afghanistan.

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