The global economic sanctions that were imposed on the interim government of Taliban in August have led the country on the path of an economic collapse and deepened a nationwide humanitarian crisis with shortages of cash, food and electricity.
Protestors marched to the shuttered US Embassy in Kabul on Tuesday to demand immediate release of frozen Afghan assets. On Wednesday, after much international lobbying, the UN Security Council unanimously passed Resolution 2615 to ease restrictions under the current sanctions
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According to reports, the leader of the resistance in Panjshir valley, Ahmad Massoud, and vice-president in the Ashraf Ghani-led government, Amrullah Saleh, have fled the country
Amidst the news that millions in Afghanistan face the risk of severe hunger, the IMF suspended the country’s access to its resources, citing a lack of clarity on the government. The US has already blocked Afghan assets worth billions since the Taliban took over