The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.
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Statement of Deputy PM office for economic affairs in response to World Bank report on Afghanistan’s economic situation

ighlighting several developments. The report notes an upswing in Afghanistan’s exports in 2023 compared to the previous year, an appreciation of Afghani against foreign currencies, a reduction in prices, an uptick in revenue, and an increase in import volume, indicating enhanced purchasing power among the populace. The Deputy Prime Minister for the Economic Affairs Office of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan commends the report for its accurate and positive aspects while dismissing those elements not grounded in reality. Emphasizing the importance of accuracy, the Deputy PM Office urges international institutions, including the World Bank, to ensure their reports genuinely reflect the facts on the ground. The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan asserts that by embracing positive engagement, lifting sanctions, and unfreezing assets, the international community can play a pivotal role in catalyzing the comprehensive economic development of Afghanistan. The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan is confident that a shift towards positive engagement, rather than conflict, with international organizations and aid agencies, along with collaborative financing for development projects, will foster the creation of new job opportunities. This cooperative approach is anticipated to bring about significant benefits for the country, positively influencing its overall economic situation.

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.