The Central Bank of Afghanistan said that the withdrawal limit from banks has increased to 70,000 Afs one time a week or 250,000 Afs a month.
Hasibullah Noori, the spokesman for the Central Bank, said that in order to make it easier for the citizens of the country, they are trying to increase the limit of withdrawing money from banks.
"Our countrymen who have accounts in commercial banks of the country can withdraw 70,000 Afs a week or 250,000 Afs a month,” the spokesman of the Central Bank said.
A number of residents of the capital said that they were facing challenges in withdrawing money from banks before, and facilities in this field can also play a role in building trust for banks.
"Before, sometimes they were giving us 20,000 and sometimes they were not even giving us that amount,” said Mohammad Anwar, a Kabul resident.
"Before, that they were giving 20,000, the expenses of the people were a lot and now that they are giving 70,000, it's natural that the problems of the people will be solved,” said Mohammad Naser, a Kabul resident.
A number of economic analysts believe that the restrictions imposed in this sector need to be removed for banks to be more active.
"In order to remove the restrictions that our banking sector is facing, talk with the international community has to be done and agreements reached on the issues that are of concern," said Mir Shekib Mir, an economic analyst.
After the Islamic Emirate took over Afghanistan, a number of customers could not withdraw their money from the banks all at one time.