International conference on the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan – the world

On Sunday, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation will hold a special meeting to avert an impending humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. It is the largest international meeting on Afghanistan since the Taliban took power in August.

The meeting will be attended by representatives from the United Nations, international financial institutions, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, China, Russia, Germany, Italy, Japan and the European Union.

Afghanistan has been internationally isolated since the Taliban took power, with no country recognizing the new regime. The country also suffers from economic sanctions.

According to United Nations figures, more than half of the 38 million Afghans are at risk of starvation.

The meeting will be attended by representatives from the United Nations, international financial institutions, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, China, Russia, Germany, Italy, Japan and the European Union. Afghanistan has been internationally isolated since the Taliban took power, with no country recognizing the new regime. The country also suffers from economic sanctions. According to United Nations figures, more than half of the 38 million Afghans are at risk of starvation.

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