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PublishDate: Thursday, October 14, 2021 11:05

Japan pledges $190 million aid for Afghanistan at G20 summit

Prime Minister Kishida Fumio says Japan will provide Afghanistan with humanitarian aid worth about $190 million.

Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)_ made the pledge on Tuesday at an online emergency summit of the Group of 20 major economies that discussed the situation in Afghanistan.

He said the fund will be provided by the end of this year through international organizations to help Afghan people facing a serious humanitarian crisis, reported.

The prime minister denounced a bomb attack that killed dozens of citizens at a mosque in last Friday. He vowed to step up efforts to counter terrorism, which is a common challenge for the international community, in cooperation with relevant parties.

He said if the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) protect people’s rights and carry out an inclusive political process, that would bring back necessary human resources, funds and support to rebuild the country. He said the should be united to persuade the of that.

The summit was the first international meeting Kishida has attended since he took office last week.


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