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Afghan humanitarian aids discussed among six countries’ officials

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KABUL: The Foreign Ministers of China, Iran, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan and Uzbekistan held a zoom conference on Wednesday to discuss prevision of humanitarian aids and developments in Afghanistan.

According to Pajhwok News, The Pakistani foreign minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that “how the situation evolves will have profound implications for Afghanistan, our region and the world at large”.

 “In the wake of recent developments, the key priorities are to prevent a humanitarian crisis that can exasperate the suffering of the Afghans. Equally important is to take steps to prevent an economic meltdown in the country,” Qureshi added.

Meanwhile, Pakistan embassy in Kabul said in a statement that A Pakistani military aircraft will bring relief goods and humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan on Thursday.

This comes as hundreds of people including men and women set a large demonstration in front of the Pakistani embassy in Kabul to protest what they call “Pakistan’s interference in Afghanistan”.

The protestors were also chanting for “Freedom”. The protest initially began by a number of women activists and joined by dozens of men- who spread to the streets of the capital city. The protestors painted- Pakistan, Pakistan, leave Afghanistan- on a banner carrying with themselves.

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