China criticizes US for ‘deliberately’ disposing of Afghan assets, saying behavior does not differ from ‘bandits’
China criticizes US for ‘deliberately’ disposing of Afghan assets, saying behavior does not differ from ‘bandits’

China criticizes US for ‘deliberately’ disposing of Afghan assets, saying behavior does not differ from ‘bandits’



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15 February 2022 22:32 IST

Beijing [China]February 15 (ANI): China have slammed it U.S for “intentionally” disposing of assets belonging to the Afghan people without their consent and declaring that the move was no different from the behavior of bandits.
“Without the consent of the Afghan people U.S deliberately disposing of assets belonging to the Afghan people, even retaining them as its own. This is no different from the behavior of bandits, “he said China Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbinduring a regular press conference in Beijing.
“This latest example has once again revealed that the rule-based order U.S claims to fight are not the kind of rules and order to defend the weak and uphold justice, but to preserve his own hegemony, “Wang added.

Prosecutor U.S to trigger the Afghan crisis, Wang said U.S should not aggravate the suffering of the Afghan people.
“It should release their assets, lift unilateral sanctions Afghanistan as soon as possible and assume its due responsibility to alleviate the humanitarian crisis in the country, “he added.
China‘s answer came afterwards U.S President Joe Biden on Friday (local time) signed an executive order to release 7 billion U.S dollars out of more than 9 billion frozen Afghan assetsdivision of the money between humanitarian aid to Afghanistan and another fund 9/11 victims.
Afghanistan‘s banking system is still crippled following the Taliban’s takeover of Kabul in mid-August last year. A combination of a suspension of foreign aid, the freezing of Afghan government assets and international sanctions against the Taliban has plunged the country, which is already suffering from high levels of poverty, into a complete economic crisis. (ANI)


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