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afghanistan news: Why Taliban begging US for mercy and compassion

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  • Taliban urges US to release confiscated funds from Afghan banks
  • Taliban Foreign Minister said – no one will benefit from the sanctions on the Afghan government
  • America has put a moratorium on the money deposited in the banks after the capture of Taliban

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Within four months of taking over Afghanistan, the plight of the Taliban has changed. He has no money left to pay salaries to Afghan workers and to pay for government work. In such a situation, the Taliban, which once openly threatened America, is now forced to beg for mercy and compassion. The Taliban have urged the US and Western countries to show mercy and compassion by releasing $10 billion of confiscated Afghanistan.

Appealed to America to lift the ban on the fund
Speaking in a rare interview, Amir Khan Muttaki, Foreign Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, said that this money will help millions of citizens of the country who are in dire need of it. He also claimed that the new Taliban ruler of Afghanistan is committed in principle to education and jobs for girls and women.

Amir Khan Muttaqi

Taliban wants good relations with all countries
Speaking to the Associated Press, the Taliban foreign minister said the new government wants good relations with all countries and has no problems with the US. He urged Washington and other countries to release the money that was confiscated after the Taliban came to power on August 15. Even before the Taliban took over, Afghanistan was among the poorest countries in the world in terms of per capita income.

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Foreign Minister said – sanctions will not be of any use
Muttaki said in an interview given at the Taliban’s foreign ministry in Kabul that sanctions against Afghanistan would be of no use. It is not in anyone’s interest to destabilize Afghanistan or weaken the Afghan government. Muttaki has urged the US and other Western countries to lift the restrictions on the fund several times in the past.

Taliban walk in front of a military airplane a day after the US troops withdrawal from Hamid Karzai international airport n Kabul.

America said – no intention to lift the ban yet
In October, US Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo told a US Senate committee that he did not see any situation in which the Taliban would be allowed access to the funds. Many other countries around the world have refused to hand money directly into the hands of the Taliban. Despite this, many other countries including India, America are sending relief material through foreign aid agencies to help the Afghan people.

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Afghan government used to get money from abroad
For the last 20 years, the civilian government of Afghanistan was given huge amounts of money from many countries including America. Now after the capture of the Taliban, America has banned all the funds of the Afghan government deposited in the banks of its country. In such a situation, questions are being raised that how the Taliban will save Afghanistan and the economy.

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Salary to employees is the biggest problem
Hanif Sufizada, economic policy analyst at the Center for Afghanistan Studies at the University of Nebraska Omaha, said the biggest challenge facing the Taliban is paying salaries to millions of government employees. In such a situation, it has to be understood that how the Taliban will be able to overcome this big problem. Going back to the Taliban regime 20 years ago, in the 1990s, Afghanistan was a very different country.

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What was the budget of the previous Taliban government?
He said that then the population of Afghanistan was less than 20 million. The Taliban then relied on international aid groups for some services. For example, in 1997 the Taliban government had a budget of only $100,000. With this much money, at present, the salary of government officials can hardly be juggled. Leave aside the administrative and development needs of the entire country.

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Huge financial help from many countries including America
Most of the development and infrastructure construction spending in Afghanistan since 2001 has come from other countries. Many large countries, including the US, have paid for about 75 percent of the government’s non-military spending over the past 20 years. The US has spent $5.8 billion on economic and infrastructure development since 2001. The rest of the expenses were met by the Afghan government from services such as minerals, customs duties, taxes, passports, telecommunications and roads.

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Taliban Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaki

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