If the central bank's assets are released, Afghanistan's economic issues will be solved: Taliban Prime Minister Akhund

The Taliban has ordered the international community to unfreeze the assets of the country. The Prime Minister said that the Taliban government has given women access to their rights, that education has continued, and that the government is working to improve the situation for girls education.

Kabul (Afghanistan) : Taliban Prime Minister Mullah Hassan Akhund said on Friday that problems such as hunger and economic instability existed even before the Taliban assumed control of Kabul, according to a tweet from Tolo News.As the country is dealing with a severe financial and humanitarian crisis, the Taliban has ordered the international community to unfreeze the assets.According to Akhund, the Taliban promised to continue fighting until an Islamic government rule Afghanistan, and they fulfilled their promise.Referring to women's rights, the Prime Minister said that the Taliban government has given women access to their rights, that education has continued, and that the Taliban government is working to improve the situation for girls' education.The Taliban has been attempting to present a moderate image to the world in an attempt to win international recognition, but experts suspect that Afghan women are most likely to face an uncertain future under the group regime.

You are looking at an age in which every aspect of a womans life was controlled, contained, and confined, according to Tolo News.The Islamic Emirate wishes to work with all countries, wants economic relations with them, does not want to interfere in others' internal affairs, and encourages countries to continue providing assistance to the Afghan people.