Economic Cooperation and Development Minister Gerd Mர்ller announced on Tuesday that the German government had suspended government development aid to Afghanistan after the Taliban came to power. Afghanistan is the largest recipient of German aid so far, and this year it was to receive 30 430 million.
In an interview with the Reinstein Post, Mர்ller expressed his concern about the situation in Afghanistan and called for a speedy withdrawal, including of local forces of German development cooperation. – Government development cooperation is currently suspended The minister said.
– We work with all our might Bring local German development cooperation workers out of Afghanistan And aid agencies cooperating with us (…) – Mller added.
This year, M முller Resort மில்லியன் 250 million has been allocated for development assistance to Afghanistan, but not a single euro has been provided.. In addition, Afghanistan has so far received funding from other German ministries, for example humanitarian assistance or police training. In total, German authorities have pledged 4 430 million for this year.
Foreign Minister Heiko Moss announced last week that Germany would suspend financial aid to Afghanistan if the Taliban came to power. “When the Taliban take full power and introduce Sharia law, we will not give even one percent to Afghanistan when the country becomes a caliphate,” the German diplomat said.
As business insider Polska wrote on Monday, Afghanistan’s economy has not grown for years. 430 million euros will certainly help the country, but as a result of the coup, not a single euro will go to Kabul.