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The Taliban has again called on the United States to release the frozen funds. Taliban Foreign Minister Amerkan Muttaki said there was no difference of opinion between us and the United States after the deal in Doha, the capital of Qatar. Now that there is no controversy, there is no point in freezing our funds either. The US Congress must release the frozen funds of our central bank from its government.
The Taliban captured all of Afghanistan by capturing Kabul on August 15. Following this, the United States froze all bank accounts and funds in Afghanistan. Now it has become difficult for the Taliban government to run the country.
Letter to the US Congress
Amerkan Muttaki has written a letter to the US Congress. In it he mentions the economic problems of Afghanistan. Muthaki wrote – We have signed the Doha Agreement with the United States. After this, there was no direct or military conflict between the Islamic Emirate (Afghanistan) and the United States. I wonder why the US froze our central bank assets and funds even after the new government came to power in our country. This is a breach of contract.
No money to run the country
“The biggest problem for the people of Afghanistan right now is their lack of financial security,” Muttaki wrote in the letter. This is because the US government has frozen our central bank accounts and assets. We urge the nations of the world to release our money immediately in order to improve our situation.
Problems like this will not go away
Muttahida Qaumi Movement writes: What good is a web site if it simply “blends in” with everything else out there? Will this solve any problem? Even the American people do not like this. That is why we call on the US Congress to release our funds and assets immediately. We could not focus on our health, education and other sectors. The name of the currency of Afghanistan is Afghani. At present the value of one dollar is Afghani 95.
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