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 Assets of Afghanistan that were frozen by other countries belong to the Afghan people and should be used for their benefit said a UN spokesman We believe that Afghanistan assets that were frozen last year by a number of states belong to the Afghan people and every effort should be made to find ways in which these funds can be used for their benefit It is critical that all such funds need to be handled in a transparent and accountable way respecting international sanctions and need to ensure no money is used for illicit purposes Stephane Dujarric spokesman for UN Secretary General said We believe that Afghan assets belong to the Afghan people and they should be spent in a transparent way that benefits the Afghan people U S President Joe Biden froze more than nine billion dollars of Afghan assets in 2021 after the Taliban took over Biden in February signed an executive order to free seven billion dollars out of the money and split between humanitarian aid for Afghanistan and a fund for victims of the Sept 11 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States NewsSourceCredit NAN
Frozen overseas assets of Afghanistan belong to Afghan people -UN

Assets of Afghanistan that were frozen by other countries belong to the Afghan people and should be used for their benefit, said a UN spokesman.

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“We believe that Afghanistan assets that were frozen last year by a number of states belong to the Afghan people and every effort should be made to find ways in which these funds can be used for their benefit.

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Stephane Dujarric

“It is critical that all such funds need to be handled in a transparent and accountable way, respecting international sanctions and need to ensure no money is used for illicit purposes,” Stephane Dujarric, spokesman for UN Secretary-General said.

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“We believe that Afghan assets belong to the Afghan people, and they should be spent in a transparent way that benefits the Afghan people.

Joe Biden

U.

S. President Joe Biden froze more than nine billion dollars of Afghan assets in 2021 after the Taliban took over.

Biden in February signed an executive order to free seven billion dollars out of the

United States

money and split between humanitarian aid for Afghanistan and a fund for victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in the United States.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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