Ariana News Agency: Ramiz al-Kabarov, the deputy political representative and coordinator of the United Nations humanitarian aid in Afghanistan (UNAMA), said in an interview with reporters that the patience of the Afghan people has run out regarding the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.
Ramiz Al-Kabarov said: “Afghanistan is a poor country, and the human condition in this country is getting worse daily.”
The representative of UNAMA in Afghanistan said: “The people of Afghanistan have witnessed war and conflict for several years. “People don’t have savings, the banking situation is not good, and in the last four years, there has been a drought in this country for two consecutive years, forcing people to sell their organs and their children.”
The coordinator of humanitarian aid in Afghanistan said: “Currently, nearly 20 million Afghan citizens need humanitarian aid, but the number of people suffering from poverty in this country is 25 million.”