A US official has been cited as the Biden administration is considering easing financial restrictions on Afghanistan and the country will issue a license to allow financial aids to Afghanistan, reported BBC.

The source has said that the US administration has held a meeting in which easing sanctions on Afghanistan has been discussed in order to allow international aid organizations to deliver humanitarian aids to Afghanistan.

It comes a day after the OIC extraordinary session on Afghanistan concluded in Islamabad and it was unanimously decided to expedite humanitarian aids to Afghanistan to prevent the economic collapse of the country.

US special representative to Afghanistan Thomas West who had attended the session said, the session was productive and had important outcomes.

Thomas West also met Afghanistan’s acting foreign minister Amir Khan Motaq on the sideline of the session.

Earlier, UN agencies had also called on the international world to deliver aids to Afghanistan and release the country’s funds to prevent humanitarian disasters as the freezing winter approaches.