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US Senators push for conditional aid to Afghanistan

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US Senators push for conditional aid to Afghanistan

US_SenateAccording to a report prepared by the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the senators plans to send billions in aid to continue funding Afghanistan’s reconstruction process.

The aid will be, however, conditional upon Afghan government’s specific reforms aimed at curbing corruption.

The report emphasized that the new government of Afghanistan to appoint genuine reformers.

Afghanistan is expecting to receive USD 5-8 billion in annual aid from the United States.

Washington has spent over USD 100 billion in Afghanistan’s reconstruction process since the overthrow of the Taliban in 2001.



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