Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: Sayed Hassan Fazelzada, the head of the Afghan Shiite Scholars and Influential Assembly, said in this conference: Afghanistan is facing a humanitarian crisis and disaster in the current situation, and the people are experiencing a very difficult time. In this critical situation, all the countries of the world have a responsibility to help the people of this land.
Mr. Fazelzadeh added that the Islamic Emirate should cooperate with foreign institutions and provide opportunities to attract more aid.
On the other hand, Alidad Alizada, the head of the cultural committee of the Afghanistan Shia Ulama and Influential Assembly, said that humanitarian aid is not political, it belongs to the people of Afghanistan, and foreign countries should help the people in this situation.
Mr. Alizada added: In a situation where the majority of people live below the poverty line, the international community should be with the people of Afghanistan, and the Islamic Emirate should also provide opportunities to attract more aid.
He also added that if the international community's humanitarian aid to the country is suspended or cut off, a humanitarian disaster will occur.
Alizada added that there is no food security for the people in the current situation, and saving people's lives is more important than anything else, and if people are not helped, we will witness a humanitarian disaster.
Sayed Abbas Mousavi, a member of the conflict resolution commission of the Afghanistan Shia Ulama and Influential Assembly, also said that 85 percent of the people live below the poverty line, and there are not enough basic and necessary materials for the people.
Mr. Mousavi added: The situation that has happened to the people after 40 years of war and bloodshed is the result of the politics of the countries of the world.
He stated that the Islamic Emirate should provide the ground for interaction with the world so that we can save the lives of millions of citizens.
Meanwhile, the news of the suspension of the international community's aid to Afghanistan has been published in the media recently. Some media have also announced the suspension of weekly aid money to the World Bank.