Taliban warns US and EU of refugee influx if sanctions continue

Kabul-ALsharqiya October 13: The Taliban government warned the envoys of the United States and the European Union that continuing to pressure the movement through sanctions would undermine security and might lead to a new wave of refugees. Foreign Minister of the Taliban government Amir Khan Muttaki told Western diplomats during meetings with them in the past days that weakening the Afghan government is not in anyone's interest because this matter could directly affect the world in the field of security and lead to economic migration to flee the country. Mottaki called on the countries of the world to stop the sanctions and allow banks to operate normally, so that charitable organizations and the government can pay the salaries of their employees from their own reserves and international aid.


The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces in Iraq directed

The head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Masoud Barzani,

The head of the Taqaddam Alliance, Muhammad al-Halbousi, and