IMF stops Afghanistan’s access to emergency fund of $460 million

The US government is also said to block USD 9.5 billion so that it does not get in the hands of the Taliban. US Treasury secretary Janet Yellen and personnel at the Treasury Office have concluded ceasing the assets.

As the Taliban has taken over the state of Afghanistan, the IMF the International Monetary Fund has decided to stop Afghanistan’s access to an emergency fund of USD 460 million. As the reports state the decision was handed down Biden government to stop the flow of reserves to Afghanistan.

The US government is also said to block USD 9.5 billion so that it does not get in the hands of the Taliban. US Treasury secretary Janet Yellen and personnel at the Treasury Office have concluded ceasing the assets.

“Any central bank assets the Afghan government have in the United States will not be made available to the Taliban,” an administration official told the newspaper in a statement.

As per the report, the US State Department, along with the White House, was counselled before the activity adding that the Biden organization was thinking about different activities also to pressure the Taliban, revealed Dawn.

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