Afghanistan will receive 90 million euros in aid from Germany.

Germany unveils 90 million euros aid package to Afghanistan . More than 24 million Afghans need urgent humanitarian assistance .

Afghanistan, November 25: Germany unveiled a new aid package of 90 million euros on Friday to the crisis-stricken region.According to Tolo News, the International Community of Red Crescent (ICRC) said that more than 24 million Afghans need urgent humanitarian assistance.The German mission for Afghanistan said on Twitter that the total aid received by the UN, ICRC, and NGOs would be distributed.In 2022, the total amount of aid in Afghanistan will reach 331 million euros, according to Tolo News, and NGOs.The residents chastised the method of aide distribution in Afghanistan, claiming that it is not being given to those who really need it.According to Abdul Ahad, a Kabul resident, there is no concern for the homeless.

The Afghan people are disadvantaged and poor, according to Tolo News.Also, India has supported Afghanistan in its difficult times, recently sending 33,500 metric tonnes of wheat to Afghanistan in partnership with the World Food Programme (WFP).In addition, India delivered the tenth batch of humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan on August 15, 2013, prompting the US-backed government to step down.Later in September, the group revealed the composition of Afghanistan's new interim government.Following the Taliban takeover, the country is now being wracked by an escalating economic, humanitarian, and security crisis.The Afghan people has been assisted by the international community, from governments to non-governmental organisations.

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