2021-10-22

NATO warns Afghanistan to become a “safe haven for terrorism” Putin talks about economic support

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Beijing, October 22 (Xinhua) according to the peninsula Chinese network reported on the 22nd, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization warned that Afghanistan is becoming a “safe haven for terrorists” and will “put pressure” on the Afghan Taliban to fight terrorism. At the same time, Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed the importance of stability in Afghanistan and called for help to restore Afghanistan’s economy

NATO warns Afghanistan to become a “safe haven for terrorism” Putin talks about economic support

Afghan Taliban soldiers are on duty at Kabul airport

is Afghanistan becoming a “safe haven for terrorism”

it is reported that on the morning of the 21st local time, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) defense ministers’ meeting opened in Brussels, the capital of Belgium. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called for pressure on the Afghan Taliban to ensure their commitment to human rights and the fight against terrorism

Stoltenberg said that it must be recognized that “we have made important achievements in Afghanistan, and our mission has not been in vain. We have prevented Afghanistan from becoming a safe haven for terrorists, and we have prevented any attacks on our allies.”

he also said, “at present, we will remain vigilant and let the new Taliban regime abide by its commitments on terrorism.”

Stoltenberg added that the experience of withdrawing from Afghanistan showed that NATO allies could “work together”, and pointed out that the talks on Afghanistan were aimed at learning lessons

NATO warns Afghanistan to become a “safe haven for terrorism” Putin talks about economic support(1)

on September 4 local time, Kabul, Afghanistan, after the Afghan Taliban took over, banks and markets reopened. A currency changer waited for guests in the currency exchange market

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On the other hand, Putin stressed the importance of stability in Afghanistan and stressed that Afghanistan should not become the so-called source of terrorism

during the Valdai forum held in Sochi, Putin added that the Afghan Taliban are trying to get rid of the so-called extremists and stressed the need to help the Afghan economy

Putin added that over the past 20 years, the countries fighting there should bear most of the responsibility. The first thing they should do is unfreeze Afghan assets

in addition, the United Nations indicated that a special fund had been established to provide Afghans with much-needed direct liquidity

the United Nations said that in view of the “collapse” of the local economy, the goal of this move is to provide funds to Afghan families so that they can spend the winter. Moreover, in a dangerous environment, you can stay at home

Achim Steiner, administrator of the United Nations Development Programme, said, “we must intervene. We must protect the people’s economy. In addition to protecting human lives, we must also protect their livelihoods.”

the International Monetary Fund announced on the 19th that the Afghan economy will shrink by about 30% in 2021, which will trigger a refugee crisis and affect neighbouring Turkey and Europe

it is reported that although humanitarian assistance continues, after the Afghan Taliban came to power, billions of dollars of assets of the Central Bank of Afghanistan were frozen and international financial institutions suspended access to funds