The international community should urgently offer a “lifeline” to millions of vulnerable Afghans “who face perhaps their most perilous hour”, the UN Secretary-General said on Monday.
Leading the appeal in Geneva for $606 million to support emergency aid for 11 million people across the country, António Guterres said that even before the uncertainty caused by the Taliban takeover last month, people were in the grip of one of the worst crises in the world.
“The people of Afghanistan need a lifeline,” he said.
“After decades of war, suffering and insecurity, they face perhaps their most perilous hour.
Now is the time for the international community to stand with them”, according UN News.
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