Indian ambassadors have arrived in Afghanistan to monitor the delivery of supplies, the Indian Foreign Ministry said Thursday.After the Taliban took control Afghanistan, Indian ambassadors left.
Representatives of foreign groups that distribute humanitarian relief will be present during our visit. As a result, the delegation will visit places where Indian programs and initiatives are being implemented “the government.
India’s aid to Afghanistan’s people has “won immense appreciation throughout the full spectrum of Afghan society,” the ministry said, adding an Indian team will meet with Taliban commanders to discuss the aid.India has provided Afghanistan wheat, pharmaceuticals, COVID-19 vaccines, winter gear, and accessories.
India supplied one million doses of its COVAXIN vaccine to Iran for use by Afghan refugees.
In January, the UN and its partners appealed for $4.4 billion to avert a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan in 2022.”
Martin Griffiths, UN Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief chief, said of the plea, “This is the highest ever call for humanitarian relief from a single country.”According to the UN, more than 22 million Afghans and 5.7 million Afghan refugees need aid this year.