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Moscow Concerned by Afghan Humanitarian Crisis

The Russian Federation’s special envoy for Afghanistan expressed concerns over the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, saying that the problems originated from the suspension of aid and the freezing of Afghan assets. 

Zamir Kabulov made the remarks on the Russia 24 TV channel.  

“The situation is bad. The winter is approaching. Afghanistan as always faces shortage...This is not only due to the suspension of Afghan assets by the US but because of the suspension of aid by the West” he said.  

He said that Moscow was ready to invest in  commercial projects in Afghanistan. “Moscow was ready to invest on economic projects in Afghanistan but its main interest is political stability in this country” Kabulov said.

“Yes we support an independent Afghanistan and friendly relations. But Russia has no intention to keep eyes on mines in Afghanistan” he added.  

Economists believe that the situation in Afghanistan is currently laid out for foreign investment.  

“Afghanistan has a better environment now for foreign investment than ever. This is a good opportunity for the neighboring, regional and any other foreign country to invest in Afghanistan” said Abdul Naseer Rishtia, an economist.  

“The international communities can resolve the problems of the people of Afghanistan,” said Hikmatullah Mirzad, a university instructor.  

However, the Russian envoy expressed concerns about extremism, saying that Moscow supports an Afghanistan free of extremism and narcotic problems.  

With the fall of the former government, the US department of treasury froze the Afghan assets of over 9 billion dollars. 

Moscow Concerned by Afghan Humanitarian Crisis

Economists believe that the situation in Afghanistan is currently laid out for foreign investment.  

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The Russian Federation’s special envoy for Afghanistan expressed concerns over the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, saying that the problems originated from the suspension of aid and the freezing of Afghan assets. 

Zamir Kabulov made the remarks on the Russia 24 TV channel.  

“The situation is bad. The winter is approaching. Afghanistan as always faces shortage...This is not only due to the suspension of Afghan assets by the US but because of the suspension of aid by the West” he said.  

He said that Moscow was ready to invest in  commercial projects in Afghanistan. “Moscow was ready to invest on economic projects in Afghanistan but its main interest is political stability in this country” Kabulov said.

“Yes we support an independent Afghanistan and friendly relations. But Russia has no intention to keep eyes on mines in Afghanistan” he added.  

Economists believe that the situation in Afghanistan is currently laid out for foreign investment.  

“Afghanistan has a better environment now for foreign investment than ever. This is a good opportunity for the neighboring, regional and any other foreign country to invest in Afghanistan” said Abdul Naseer Rishtia, an economist.  

“The international communities can resolve the problems of the people of Afghanistan,” said Hikmatullah Mirzad, a university instructor.  

However, the Russian envoy expressed concerns about extremism, saying that Moscow supports an Afghanistan free of extremism and narcotic problems.  

With the fall of the former government, the US department of treasury froze the Afghan assets of over 9 billion dollars. 

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