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The G20 summit on the situation in Afghanistan will be held today

The leaders of the world’s 20 strongest economies will discuss the situation in Afghanistan at a special meeting in Italy on Tuesday.

The meeting will also discuss aid to Afghanistan, security concerns and the safe evacuation of Western allies in Afghanistan, according to AFP.

On the other hand, the Taliban have also stepped up efforts to get their government recognized internationally. In this regard, Afghanistan’s Interim Foreign Minister Amir Khan Mottaki said that we want positive relations with all countries of the world and believe in balanced relations.

Amir Khan Mottaki, the acting foreign minister of the Taliban government, said he would also meet with representatives of the European Union today. It may be recalled that on Saturday, delegations of US and Taliban leaders met in Doha, the capital of Qatar.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned reporters on Monday that Afghanistan was on the brink of disaster and in dire need of cash.

“Afghanistan’s economy is shrinking due to the disruption of its assets and development aid, its banks are closing and other important institutions, including health services, are closing,” he said.

Antonio Guterres added that the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan was growing, affecting at least 18 million people, and that he believed the international community was moving slowly.


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