A Number of Women Marched in Kabul to Demand the Release of Frozen Afghan Moneys


They said the country’s economic problems and poverty have increased dramatically.

Shakila Ahmadi is one of the protesters: “Afghans are facing more difficulties than ever before and the world should not be silent and neutral. “They must not withhold any humanitarian aid.”

Protesters also called on the Taliban government to provide employment opportunities for professionals.

Many women have been denied the right to work since the fall of Kabul to the Taliban on 15 August, 2021.

Dozens of women also demonstrated in Kabul on Tuesday 28, December, 2021 chanting slogans such as work, bread and freedom.

After the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan, the United States froze about $ 9.5 billion of the Central Bank of Afghanistan, and the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund blocked the Taliban government from accessing the dollar.

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