Japan provided an additional 106 million USD in cash aid to Afghanistan.
The Japanese Embassy tweeted on Tuesday morning (December 6th) that the country provided an additional 106 million USD in cash aid to Afghanistan which will be done with the aim of implementing humanitarian projects.
“Pleased to announce that Japan has decided additional 106.7 million USD [in] assistance for Afghanistan, enabling the implementation of humanitarian and basic human needs assistance projects. We truly hope these projects will help bring many smiles of Afghan people,” the statement issued by the Japanese Embassy in Kabul reads.
“With the upcoming $106.7 million, the cumulative Japanese assistance to Afghanistan since August 2021 will amount to $335 million,” the Japanese Embassy statement reads.
Japan is one of the countries that has funded various projects in Afghanistan, both before and after the Taliban takeover of the country.