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Boris Johnson promises conditional flow of Taliban money

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson has proposed that the G-7 alliance provide conditional funding to the Taliban for millions of pounds.

He claimed that the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan failed to extend the deadline until August 31, but that the G-7’s “significant influence” would make it possible to control the Taliban.

Prime Minister Boris represented an emergency virtual meeting of the G-7 alliance on Tuesday (August 24th) night. He said the G-7 countries would allow the confiscated funds to be reactivated if the Taliban leaders agreed to the terms.

However, in that case, Afghanistan must resist militancy and drug trafficking in addition to providing girls with educational opportunities.

He added that the first condition of the G-7 is to give those who want to leave the country at the end of August the opportunity to leave safely.

However, it is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. The statement from all G-7 leaders also offered human rights assistance.

Earlier this month, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) seized 330 million from Afghanistan’s emergency reserves.

Despite pressure from the West, a Taliban spokesman yesterday instructed women to stay at home as they are now to stay “safe.”

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