The United Nations opened a high-level donors conference Monday with the call for the world to urgently send $600 million to help fund the Taliban’s self-declared Islamic Caliphate of Afghanistan over the next three months.
Disbursement of funds to those Afghans in need has been guaranteed in writing by the Taliban, the U.N. assured potential contributors.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is leading the globalist body’s call for the funds in what amounts to a public relations victory for the terrorist group after U.S. and NATO forces fled the 20-year war in a chaotic departure, AP reports.
Guterres says “recent developments” have increased the vulnerability of Afghans who have already been facing decades of deprivation and violence.
The veteran Portuguese socialist also stressed a severe drought is jeopardizing the upcoming harvest, and hunger has been rising.
The U.N.’s World Food Program is to be a major beneficiary of