US Help Afghanistan After the formation of the interim government of the Taliban, America has announced to help the people of Afghanistan financially. US Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thompson-Greenfield has said that the US is ready to provide humanitarian assistance of $ 64 million (about Rs 470 crore) to the people of Afghanistan. He said that the situation in Afghanistan is serious. In such a situation, the US promises to provide $ 64 million in aid.
US Ambassador Linda Thompson-Greenfield wrote in her tweet, “I am proud to announce that the US is providing $64 million in new humanitarian assistance to the people of Afghanistan. This new funding will support the work of the United Nations and international NGOs. We urge other countries to show solidarity as well.”
Before America, the United Nations chief, New Zealand, China, Germany have also announced financial assistance to Afghanistan. However, AC quota has not been announced by India yet.
UN chief announces 20 million US dollars to Afghanistan
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday announced an allocation of US$20 million to support humanitarian operations in Afghanistan. In the war-torn country, the ‘real’ authorities have ‘promised’ to cooperate to bring aid to the people. “The people of Afghanistan need a lifeline. They are facing perhaps their most dangerous time after decades of war, suffering and insecurity. Now is the time for the international community to stand by him.
China had already announced financial assistance of 200 million yuan ($31 million). At the same time, New Zealand Foreign Minister Nanaiah Mahuta said on Monday that he has announced a 3 million dollar ($ 2 million) humanitarian aid to Afghanistan. “There is a vital humanitarian need in Afghanistan, with women and girls being adversely affected by this crisis,” Mahuta said in a statement.