Kabul: The Independent Election Commission (IEC) introduced Noor Agha Shahidzoy as a replacement for Hamidullah Tokhi from Zabul province, Noor Mangal as a replacement for Ghafar Khan from Khost province, and Ajmal Gulab as a replacement for Sayed Mohammad Mohammadi from Kabul province, in accordance with the 3rd paragraph of article 50 of the electoral law.
Tokhi has been appointed as Zabul’s provincial governor, and Ghafar Khan as military deputy to the NDS chief, whilst Mohammadi died of COVID-19 infection.
In other news, the European Commission is allocating €25 million in humanitarian funding from its Solidarity Emergency Aid Reserve to fight hunger in Afghanistan. Janez Lenarčič, Commissioner for Crisis Management said, “In 2021, half of the population in Afghanistan is expected to suffer from acute food insecurity.
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The drought affecting the country is worsening an already dire situation with political insecurity and conflict, as well as the current strong third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The food shortage and limited water availability will increase the prevalence of severe malnutrition. In response, the EU is mobilizing humanitarian support to help alleviate hunger.”
The latest EU funding to Afghanistan comes in addition to the EU’s initial allocation of €32 million humanitarian aid for Afghanistan in 2021. The funding will support activities that contribute to addressing the increased needs stemming from drought, including the sectors of food assistance, nutrition, health, water-sanitation-hygiene, and support to humanitarian logistics. All EU humanitarian assistance is delivered in partnership with UN agencies, International Organizations, and NGOs. It is provided in line with the humanitarian principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality, and independence, to benefit directly the people in need across the country.
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