* Acting foreign minister Amir Khan Muttaqi said money would be spent wisely
* He asked the US to show appreciation to the Taliban for the troop withdrawal
* Washington donated $64million with China and Pakistan also pledging aid
The Taliban has thanked the world for pledging more than a billion dollars in emergency aid to Afghanistan, and urged the US to show ‘heart’ by donating more.
Amir Khan Muttaqi, the regime’s acting foreign minister, told a press conference the hardline Islamist group would spend donor money wisely and use it to alleviate poverty.
He was speaking a day after the United Nations said a total of $1.2billion in aid had been pledged to Afghanistan, $64million of which came from the US.
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WNU Editor: Here is an easy prediction. The Taliban are going to prioritize this aid. The people who will be on the front of the line will be their supporters.
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