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Two billion dollars of Afghanistan’s frozen asset is national trader’s money

KABUL (BNA) The United Nations has once again called for the release of frozen Afghanistan monetary.

According to BNA, the UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, on behalf of that organization, once again called for the release of frozen monetary in Afghanistan.

Martin Griffiths, writes, in a tweet, calling on all countries to ensure the release of Afghanistan’s foreign exchange reserves in order to help the people and prevent economic collapse and humanitarian crisis in the country.

While, Joe Biden, The President of the United States, in a controversial executive order, ordered the confiscation of 7 billion of Afghanistan’s frozen assets under the pretext of paying “compensation” to the victims of 9/11 and offering aid to “help” the people of Afghanistan out of reach of the Islamic Emirate. has done.

The US presidential decree has provoked reactions among Afghans and other countries.

The Afghan Chamber of Commerce and Industries recently announced that of the $9 billion frozen by the United States, $2 billion is investor money lent to the central bank.

Private banks have also said that part of the assets are people’s bank deposits stored in the central bank, the lack of money in the central bank has prevented private banks from returning people’s bank deposits to them.

The Afghan Chamber of Commerce and Industries has called for a review of Biden’s decision and called on the Islamic Emirate to follow up.

On the other hand, a source from the Organization of the Islamic Conference said that the organization is examining the controversial issue of confiscation of Afghan assets.

Conference of Islamic Conference foreign ministers’ pledges to release frozen Afghan assets at the last meeting in Islamabad, Pakistan.

Bakhtar News Agency

 

 

 

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