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16 countries pledge to provide Afghans with humanitarian aids

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Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy is a journalist and editor at Khaama Press. He has a BA degree in journalism.

Afghanistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said that an Afghan delegation led by the acting foreign minister Amir Khan Motaqi met with representatives and ambassadors of 16 countries on Wednesday, December 1 in Doha.

The countries include,

Germany, Canada, Finland, New Zealand, Italy, South Korea, EU, Spain, US, Norway, Sweden, Netherland, Australia, England, and Japan.

A statement released by the Afghan foreign ministry reads that the meeting was concentrated over security, humanitarian, economic, political and health-related issues.

“In the meeting, developments in the areas of security and politics by the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan were applauded and asked for urgent humanitarian aids to the people of Afghanistan.” Reads the statement.

The Afghan delegation assured the representatives of providing security while delivering aids to the Afghan people and asked the countries to reopen their embassies in Afghanistan.

The meeting comes a day after the Afghan delegation conducted two-day talks with the US delegation led by the special envoy Thomas West.

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