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The G20 promised money, demanded human access to Afghans.

ROME (AP) – The European Union has pledged 1 billion euros (15 1.15 billion) to help the Afghan people, and a group of 20 countries pledged on Tuesday to step up aid that is already uncertain. The human and financial situation will be catastrophic in winter. .

G-20 Leaders demanded to host a virtual summit. Italy That Taliban The government allows access to human compassion. AfghanistanKeep Kabul Airport and national borders open and ensure the safety of UN, humanitarian and diplomatic personnel. She also reiterated previous demands that women’s rights be respected.

Italian premiere. Mario Draghi He said the meeting represents the first multilateral response to the crisis since the withdrawal of US troops in August. Afghanistan And occupation of the country by Taliban.

دراغی۔ Talks will be necessary, he told reporters. Taliban So that humanitarian aid can be distributed. But They He said such contacts did not create any political identity. Taliban, WHO They “What are their deeds, not their words,” he said.

“The government, as we know it, is not really involved, it is not really representative.” They Said. Women’s rights, as far as we can see, seem to be going back 20 years.

G-20 Leaders – Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping – represented by ministers, while US President Joe Biden addressed the summit – tasked the United Nations to coordinate the humanitarian response and told international financial institutions Make sure they do their job AfghanistanFinancial system

The United Nations has warned that the Afghan economy is on the brink of collapse. Afghanistan, Before that Taliban The occupation relied on international aid, which accounts for 75% of state spending, struggled with the liquidity crisis because assets in the United States and other countries are frozen, and payments by international organizations have stopped.

“We all have nothing to gain if we have a complete financial system. Afghanistan It is being destroyed, because humanitarian aid can no longer be provided, “German Chancellor Angela Merkel told reporters in Berlin after the summit.

During the meeting, the European Union announced a support package of 1 billion euros (15 1.15 billion), including 300 million euros (6 346 million) previously made. It will only target the Afghan population and neighboring countries, which have provided immediate assistance.

The European Union is careful not to give it legal status. Taliban Interim government

But the Afghan people must not pay the price. Taliban“This is why the Afghan support package is for the Afghan people and the country’s neighbors who have been the first to help them,” said Arsala van der Leyen, President of the European Commission.

The White House said the United States is committed to working with the international community and using diplomatic, humanitarian and economic means to resolve the situation. Afghanistan And support the Afghan people.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a video address to the online summit that the international community should continue the channels of dialogue. Taliban Open it up to “patience and slow progress” to establish a more comprehensive administration.

He reiterated that Turkey, which is already hosting more than 3.6 million Syrians, could not be burdened by the influx of refugees. AfghanistanHe warned that European countries would also be affected by a new wave of migrants.

He said it was inevitable that European countries would also be affected by the migration pressure, which would expose Turkey to its southern and eastern borders.

Erdogan proposed setting up a working group. Afghanistan Within G-20 He said Turkey was ready to lead such a group. دراغی۔ He said the proposal was interesting Italy It has long been complained that it has been left to its own devices to deal with migration problems in Europe – but others have said so. G-20 Have to agree

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