Afghanistan received a batch of 32 million U.S. dollars in humanitarian cash assistance, the country’s central bank said.
Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB) said in a statement that, “Following a series of humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, a shipment of humanitarian aid worth 32 million dollars reached Afghanistan on Sunday. The cash aid was delivered to a commercial bank.”
The central bank welcomed the arrival of currencies into the country through principled and legal means.
The Afghan central bank called for better relations with its partners in the financial and banking sectors while appreciating the humanitarian assistance of the international community.
Following the Taliban’s takeover of the country, the United States froze more than 9 billion dollar assets of the Afghan central bank.