Amnesty International said in a report on Tuesday that five million war refugees in Afghanistan are in urgent need of humanitarian aid.

Iran PressAsia: "The international community must ensure that humanitarian aid is delivered to Afghanistan without delay," Amnesty International said in a statement.

The United Nations has previously said that at least 11 million people in Afghanistan will need immediate humanitarian aid in the coming months.

Afghanistan is currently facing a growing economic crisis; Food and fuel prices are rising and liquidity is falling sharply.

Following the Taliban takeover of Kabul, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank have suspended operations in Afghanistan, and Washington has frozen $ 9.5 billion in Afghanistan's foreign exchange reserves.

On Sunday, August 15, the government of Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani was ousted as Taliban forces entered Kabul.

Many Afghan officials and people attribute the current situation in Afghanistan to the failed US policies. 219