whereas Taliban celebrate US and NATO troops withdraw from Afghanistan The economy of the country is facing the days of decline. NS The feeling of millions of Afghans is of uncertainty, queues to withdraw money from banks, outstanding salaries, rising inflation and hunger.
Since the capital Kabul was captured by extremists on August 15, the country has been cut off from international financial institutions, disrupting the functioning of banks and leaving government officials unpaid.
In addition, more than 500,000 Afghans had to be relocated internally during the months of the Taliban’s advance, leading to even greater turmoil in internal finance and public services.
Secretary General of him-her-it, Antonio Guterres warned of an impending ‘humanitarian disaster’ last Tuesday, 31, as the state has not been able to meet the most basic demands of citizens.
There are also concerns about the Taliban’s ability to deal with increasingly complex problems in the economy, including managing state resources, government finances and hospitals serving COVID-19 patients.
This Wednesday, members of the board of the Central Bank of Afghanistan made an appeal to the President of the United States, Joe Biden and International Monetary Fund (IMF) To release resources for the country.
Last month, Americans froze about $9.5 billion in assets belonging to the country.