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Nuristan most likely to face food shortages

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Nuristan most likely to face food shortages

nuristan 2Several roads in eastern Nuristan province have been closed, some as a result of heavy snowfall and some due to insecurity.

Residents are concerned that they would face severe food shortages if the main roads remained closed.

Humanitarian groups have provided no assistance to the people of the remote province, Governor Tamim Nuristani told Pajhwok Afghan News. “For its part, the government is trying to resolve people’s problems,” the governor said, adding that over 1,000 displaced families were faced with serious problems due to cold weather.



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