Talibno Zabihullah Madeed said in a statement posted online, that the Islamic Prince directs all citizens, shop owners, merchants, businessmen and common people to conduct all transactions in Afghan monks from now on and refrain from speaking in foreign currencies.
Tliben says the country’s economic situation and national concerns require all Afghans to use only the Afghani currency. Whoever violates this arrangement will be the elite in the first step, then.
At the same time, the Afghan economy is experiencing great difficulties in power from the Talibno, which also occurred as a result of the withdrawal of international financial support and the limited use of other currencies. For example, I often used US dollars in Afghanistan, and the city paid it in the markets and in the immediate vicinity of other states, such as the border with Pesteno.
After Taliban took control of the country in August, the US Federal Reserve and central banks in Europe froze billions of dollars in Afghan foreign assets. Consequently, the country will face an acute shortage of liquidity.
The Taliban has called for the release of Afghan assets, but the United States denies this possibility.
We are convinced that it is necessary to maintain the sanctions against Talibno, but at the same time find a way to deliver legitimate humanitarian aid to the Afghan people. That’s what we’re talking about, Deputy Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, Wally Ademo, told the Banking Committee at American Sent.
Thus, Afganistan was affected by the influx of foreign aid. From the foreign grant, two quarters of overhead were funded. Earlier this year, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said Afghanistan would not be able to access its resources, and the World Bank also halted a financing project in the country.
The International Monetary Fund has warned the country that the country’s economy could decline by 30% this year, which will throw millions into poverty and cause a humanitarian crisis. The fund also said economic problems in Afghanistan could lead to a refugee crisis that would affect neighboring countries, Turkey and Europe.
In addition to the economic race, the country experienced a severe drought, which destroyed a large number of pennies and caused a sharp rise in prices. The United Nations World Food Program has warned that millions of Afghans could be the result of a combination of drought, conflict and an epidemic of famine.
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