Kabul (IP) - A Taliban spokesman in Afghanistan announced Kabul's largest exchange office's reopening.

Iran press/ Asia: Zabihullah Mujahid, the Taliban's spokesman in Afghanistan, said a large Kabul exchange called the 'Saraye Shahzadeh' opened to traders on Saturday.

After the arrival of Taliban forces in the capital of Afghanistan on August 15, 2021, the largest exchange office in Kabul was closed, and now it has resumed its activities.

Taliban security forces are stationed at the entrance and inside Kabul's largest exchange office.

Meanwhile, Afghans did their banking on Saturday in Kabul-based banks. 

The closure of banks and Kabul's largest exchange office has created economic problems for the people of Afghanistan, and now with their reopening, the process of economic and financial activities in the country will return to normal.


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