The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.
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Natural disasters still taking victims, more aids required

In some provinces of the country, like Ghor, Badakhshan, Takhar, Faryab, Herat, Sar-e-Pul and Baghlan flash floods are still taking victims among the people, devastating houses and washing out lands and gardens. In his meeting with the UN aid agencies officials, Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar described the flood disaster including casualties and damages as significant that required immediate assistance to the bereaved families. According to a statement from his office, Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar asked UN representatives to coordinate with the Islamic Emirate-related organs in increasing their development aid in addition to humanitarian assistance to the flood-affected people in Baghlan province, where at least five districts have recently been affected by floods. Besides the destruction of residential houses, according to reports, nineteen clinics, nearly twenty schools, more than 110 bridges, dozens of large and small canals, and 60 kilometers of roads were destroyed. All need reconstruction and the organs concerned, with the financial support of aid agencies. This means that natural disaster still continues and taking victims, destroying houses and washing out gardens and farmlands in some provinces requiring the officials to take immediate steps to address the problems of flood victims in various provinces, particularly Baghlan. Although the Islamic Emirate, with all its available resources, has been assisting them, the need for sufficient humanitarian aid, still persists. Countries, including Qatar, Türkiye, and Russia, as well as other national and international aid organizations, have so far provided assistance to the flood-affected people in the provinces. The people and the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan are grateful for the aids provided by the aid agencies and the charitable nations for the flow of humanitarian aids to the flood victims and demand them for doing more, as the devastating disaster still continues and more prov

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.