Kabul – Following the U.S. decision to Afghan assets, numerous citizens have protested in Kabul, calling on the Biden government to release Afghanistan’s assets in full and unconditionally.
Protestors say that the 9/11 attacks had nothing to do with the Afghan people and the country’s assets should not be given to the survivors of the victims.
On the other hand, protesters demand compensation from the U.S. for the victims of the war in Afghanistan.
“Biden, stop being hostile to the Afghan people,” the protesters wrote in one of their slogans.
Following the executive order issued by US President Joe Biden, $3.5 billion of the country’s foreign exchange reserves are to be given to the victims of the 9/11 attacks.
Meanwhile, In addition to Kabul, people have protested against Biden’s recent decision in other provinces, including Faryab and Nangarhar.
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Source: Hasht-e Subh Daily