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Former Afghanistan Vice President Amrullah Saleh Declares Himself Caretaker President

Afghanistan Crisis: The situation in Afghanistan has become much worse after the Taliban took control. On the one hand, where a ban on aid from abroad is being announced and most countries have vacated their embassies, on the other hand people are trying to escape from there by saving their lives. Meanwhile, Amrullah Saleh, the former First Vice President of Afghanistan, has declared himself the country’s caretaker president. He said that all the leaders are being contacted so that their help and consent can be ensured.

Amrullah Saleh tweeted on Tuesday, “According to the Constitution of Afghanistan, the first Vice President will be the caretaker of the President in the event of his resignation, his death, escape or absence.” He further said- I am currently inside the country and am a legitimate caretaker President. I am contacting all the leaders so that their support and consensus can be reached.

Germany suspends aid to Afghanistan

After the Taliban took control, Germany has suspended development aid to Afghanistan. Germany’s Development Minister Gerd Müller told local media on Tuesday that “government development aid has been suspended for the time being.” He said international employees of Germany’s development agency GIZ and all German nationals had left Afghanistan. Also said that Germany was also trying to drive out local Afghan personnel.

According to the report of Germany’s news agency DPA, so far Afghanistan has been the country that has been given the most development assistance in the world from Germany. According to the report, the government of Germany was planning to release an amount of about 250 million euros as development aid in the year 2021, however, this amount was not released yet.

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