EU announces ارب 1 billion aid to Afghanistan

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Guterres criticizes Taliban's 'hollow' promises, praises Pakistan for cooperating in Taliban trade. (Photo: File)
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Guterres criticizes Taliban’s ‘hollow’ promises, praises Pakistan for cooperating in Taliban trade. (Photo: File)

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Brussels: The European Union has announced a ارب 1 billion aid package for Afghanistan.

The European Union (EU) said in a statement that an additional 25 250 million would be added to meet Afghanistan’s humanitarian needs, with the remaining کروڑ 300 million going to Afghanistan and the rest to neighboring countries where people live. The Taliban are fleeing the government as refugees.

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European Commission President Arsula van der Leyen announced the aid during the Virtual G20 Summit hosted by Italy, where the summit was convened to discuss the humanitarian and security situation in Afghanistan.

He stressed that EU funds are for direct assistance to Afghans and that these funds will be sent to international organizations working on the ground instead of the Taliban government because the EU does not recognize the Taliban government, the White House said. According to the G20 summit, US President Joe Biden discussed the situation in Afghanistan with member countries.

The meeting also discussed the dangers of ISIS Khurasan along with counter-terrorism. In his video address at the G20 emergency summit, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the international community cannot turn its back on the Afghan people and leave them to their fate. Lasting peace is essential for world peace.

“We should help the Taliban form a coalition government in Afghanistan,” he said. Meanwhile, the Taliban held face-to-face talks with EU representatives in Doha.

According to the news agency, in the talks held on Tuesday, the new rulers of Afghanistan are trying to get their government recognized and in addition they are asking for help to avoid a humanitarian crisis.

EU Commissioner Nabila Misrali said the meeting would help the United States and Europe address issues such as the evacuation of more people from Afghanistan, access to relief supplies and respect for women’s rights to prevent Afghanistan from becoming a safe haven for terrorists. It will help resolve, he said, adding that these were informal talks at the technical level and did not mean recognizing the Taliban’s interim government.

Speaking at a ceremony at the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies, Interim Foreign Minister Amir Khan Mottaki said the international community should co-operate with us so that we can end insecurity and engage with the world in a positive way. Will be able to establish.

Meanwhile, Pakistan’s ambassador to Afghanistan Mansoor Ahmad Khan said in an interview with US magazine Foreign Policy that the law and order situation in Afghanistan has improved after the Taliban rule, peace and stability and security are priorities and the Taliban leadership in this regard. The international community should continue talks with the Taliban government.

UN chief Antonio Guterres has called on the world to help save Afghanistan from economic collapse, but also criticized the Taliban’s “hollow” promises to Afghan women and girls. Of

In an interview with an Afghan TV channel, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said that the time for NATO to show its strength was over. He praised Pakistan for its cooperation in trade. She arrived in the capital, Madrid, with her family.

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