Washington : International Monetary Fund (IMF) says aid to Afghanistan will not continue until the Taliban government’s international recognition is clarified. The IMF is concerned about the serious economic crisis in Afghanistan. IMF spokesman Jerry Rice called on the international community to take immediate action to avert a humanitarian catastrophe.
IMF spokesman Jerry Rice called on the international community to take immediate action on the Afghan government’s recognition. The IMF is following the guidance of the international community regarding the recognition of the Afghan government. Not currently.
For this reason, IMF projects in Afghanistan have been frozen. The foreign ministers of the G20 countries will meet in New York on the Afghan issue shortly after the UN General Assembly on the 30th of this month.
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