Tolo News: A US senator has criticized the process of sending money to Afghanistan under the Islamic Emirate. The Senator says that he has suggested legislation preventing US money flowing into Afghanistan. “I have introduced legislation to stop all funds from going to Taliban controlled Afghanistan. And will do so again this week!” reads the
8am: After statements made by Joe Biden, President of the United States of America, about Taliban collaboration with the U.S. against Al-Qaeda, many social media users and some political activists have claimed that the Taliban has taken on a role similar to that of the Wagner Group for the Russian government, even dubbing them the
Khaama: The international community’s $40 million cash aid packages are shipped to Kabul, however, the Taliban authorities do not publicize it on media anymore, a source in Afghanistan Central Bank on Saturday said. The sources added that international organizations and aid groups transfer their required money to Afghanistan, and there has not been any change
Al Jazeera: The head of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) has decried a lack of transparency from United States agencies that he said has made it impossible to determine if aid allocated to the people of Afghanistan is instead “currently funding the Taliban”. Sopko also accused the Taliban of diverting funds away
Tolo News: The Chargé d’Affaires of the US Mission to Afghanistan, Karen Decker, said that in the past eighteen months the US has contributed nearly $1.5 billion in humanitarian aid to Afghanistan. Following the political shift in Afghanistan, the majority of US aid has been sent in packages of $40 million in cash under the
Khaama: DBA reports from receiving cash packages on a weekly basis, which helps the Taliban-run administration to strengthen their governance, according to the critics of the ruling regime. According to the central bank, this is the 61st aid package that has been dispatched to Afghanistan. Since the return of the Taliban to power in August
Khaama: According to the central bank, this is the 60th aid package that has been dispatched to Afghanistan. Since the return of the Taliban to power in August 2021, the international community’s cash aid has reached nearly $2 billion. Compared to the Pakistani Rupee and Iranian Rial, Afghani has remained quite strong over the past
Khaama: Afghanistan Central Bank on Tuesday announced that a fresh $40 million cash package has reached Kabul, and deposited in a private bank. Afghanistan central bank also known as ‘Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB) in a statement said on Tuesday that the Afghan Interim Regime[Taliban] appreciates the moves which lead to the inflow of cash to
8am: An additional shipment of cash worth $40 million arrived in Kabul in the last two days. The Taliban-controlled DAB expressed gratitude for the receipt of this cash aid and requested that future donations be made through bank transfers. Click here to read more (external link).
Khaama: According to the central bank, so far, 24 $40 million and more than 30 $32 million aid packages have been dispatched to Afghanistan. After the return of the Taliban to Power in August 2021, the international community’s cash aid packages reach a total of $1.873 billion. Click here to read more (external link).