Brussels: The European Union has announced a 100 million euro increase in financial aid to address the famine and humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.
According to the international news agency, the head of the European Union, Orsla van der Lane, has said that the alliance of 27 countries stands with the Afghan citizens. We will continue to provide humanitarian assistance to Afghan citizens.
On this occasion, the head of the European Union added that realizing the famine, shortage of medicine and lack of water supply in Afghanistan, they announced an additional 100 million euros in aid.
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The European Union (EU) has announced an increase in financial aid to Afghan citizens after the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, Maulvi Amirullah Muttaqi, in a press conference yesterday assured the international community of the proper use of financial aid. Was reassured.
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Earlier, the European Union (EU) said it would not recognize the Taliban government and had frozen funding for development work in Afghanistan following the Taliban’s takeover of Kabul.
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The head of the European Union did not comment on the restoration of the development fund, but said that the aid would be used only for measures taken to reduce the risk of food shortages and humanitarian crises.