Officials said that the Islamic Emirate is working to provide facilities for migrants returning from Pakistan.
At the same time, the Chinese ambassador in a meeting with the acting foreign minister also pledged that Beijing is ready to cooperate with the refugees returning from Pakistan.
The Islamic Emirate recently allocated two billion afghanis to refugees returning from Pakistan.
The officials of the Islamic Emirate emphasized that this fund was allocated for the purpose of providing shelter, food items and providing medical service to returnees.
“According to the decree of the leadership of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, two billion Afs have been allocated for transfer to provide basic and necessary supplies for the refugees who return,” said Latifullah Hakimi, Inspector General of the MoD.
"Refugees coming from Pakistan to Afghanistan are well appreciated and they are getting registered, they receive financial assistance and also food assistance with families, and if anyone needs treatment, our mobile team is there,” Zabihullah Mujahid said.
Meanwhile, Amir Khan Muttaqi, the acting Foreign Minister, met with the Chinese Ambassador to Kabul to discuss the security and economic issues and challenges for Afghan refugees following Pakistan's decision to deport them.
China's ambassador to Kabul pledged that Beijing is ready to cooperate with the refugees from Pakistan.
The Ministry of Economy also said that the Islamic Emirate has provided necessary assistance to returnees.
“A specific amount by the Islamic Emirate has been allocated for returning refugees to meet the basic and urgent needs of our compatriots,” said Abdul Latif Nazari, deputy minister of the economy.
The returning refugees said that all of their assets remain in Pakistan and they are facing many economic challenges.
"We call on the government to help us and they must do so urgently. Among these people are women with various illnesses,” said Zekrya Khan, a returnee.
According to the Islamic Emirate, more than 180,000 Afghan refugees have returned from Pakistan in the past four days.