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Kabul: Aid Distribution Better If Coordinated With Govt

The Islamic Emirate welcomed the international community’s pledges for new aid to Afghanistan, saying it would be more useful it is provided in coordination with government agencies.

Inamullah Samangani, the deputy spokesman of the Islamic Emirate said he hopes the international community will continue its humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan, regardless of political issues.

“If this assistance is provided in coordination and cooperation with government institutions, it will be more effective,” said Inamullah Samangani, deputy spokesman of the Islamic Emirate.

Donors pledged $2.4 billion to Afghanistan in a virtual meeting.

“In this way money is deposited in the market, transferred and affects the general labor market, and the liquidity problem will be solved,” said Noorullah Raghi, a former diplomat.

Meanwhile, Filippo Grande, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, tweeted that the international community should continue to support the people of Afghanistan.

“I hope that this aid, like the aid of the last twenty years, will not be distributed so that just a hundred dollars or fifty dollars go to the people,” said Hamed Aziz Mujaddidi, a university lecturer.

The international community announced a commitment of $2.4 billion to Afghanistan, after the United Nations warned that if the economic collapse in Afghanistan is not prevented, more than 90% of the country's citizens will be below the poverty line by the end of this year.

Kabul: Aid Distribution Better If Coordinated With Govt

Donors pledged $2.4 billion to Afghanistan in a virtual meeting.

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The Islamic Emirate welcomed the international community’s pledges for new aid to Afghanistan, saying it would be more useful it is provided in coordination with government agencies.

Inamullah Samangani, the deputy spokesman of the Islamic Emirate said he hopes the international community will continue its humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan, regardless of political issues.

“If this assistance is provided in coordination and cooperation with government institutions, it will be more effective,” said Inamullah Samangani, deputy spokesman of the Islamic Emirate.

Donors pledged $2.4 billion to Afghanistan in a virtual meeting.

“In this way money is deposited in the market, transferred and affects the general labor market, and the liquidity problem will be solved,” said Noorullah Raghi, a former diplomat.

Meanwhile, Filippo Grande, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, tweeted that the international community should continue to support the people of Afghanistan.

“I hope that this aid, like the aid of the last twenty years, will not be distributed so that just a hundred dollars or fifty dollars go to the people,” said Hamed Aziz Mujaddidi, a university lecturer.

The international community announced a commitment of $2.4 billion to Afghanistan, after the United Nations warned that if the economic collapse in Afghanistan is not prevented, more than 90% of the country's citizens will be below the poverty line by the end of this year.

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