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Afghanistan would possibly face financial cave in if its frozen property aren’t launched: Pakistan FM Shah Mahmood Qureshi

Afghanistan would possibly face an financial cave in if its frozen property aren’t launched to deal with the burgeoning wishes, Pakistan Overseas Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi stated on Saturday.

He stated Pakistan will host a gathering of the international ministers of Muslim nations on December 19 to talk about the deteriorating humanitarian scenario in Afghanistan.

Qureshi instructed the media in Lahore that the seventeenth atypical consultation of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Council of Overseas Ministers will likely be held after 41 years, appearing the urgency of the Afghan scenario.

“Human tragedy can occur if consideration isn’t paid to the Afghanistan scenario,” he stated, including that part of Afghanistan’s inhabitants can be afflicted by meals scarcity.

Advocating for the discharge of property of Afghanistan, he stated that the rustic may face an financial cave in if the frozen property weren’t launched to deal with the burgeoning wishes.

America iced up property value over USD 9 billion of the Afghan Central Financial institution after the Taliban insurgents seized energy within the war-torn nation in mid-August.

The Taliban-led Afghanistan govt has requested the USA to unfreeze the rustic’s property and raise the sanctions on its banks, bringing up the hardships confronted via the folks forward of harsh iciness.

Highlighting the deteriorating scenario in Afghanistan, Qureshi stated it’s going to cause a brand new refugee exodus, and requested the arena to know the present scenario within the war-ravaged nation. Qureshi stated that P5 nations and the Ecu Company have additionally been invited to wait the assembly.

Previous, Saudi Arabia summoned the atypical assembly of the OIC which is the most important frame of Muslim nations. Pakistan had introduced to host the assembly in Islamabad.

Afghanistan has been below Taliban rule since August 15 when the Afghan hardline militant team ousted the elected govt of President Ashraf Ghani and compelled him to escape the rustic and take shelter within the UAE.

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