The Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) on Twitter on Thursday night called on all countries to help the hungry and homeless people of Afghanistan.

Iran PressAsia: After visiting Afghanistan and observing the plight of the Afghan people, David Beasley said in a Twitter message that at least 23 million Afghans do not have enough food right now. 8.7 million of these people are struggling with famine.

"The humanitarian situation in Afghanistan is" catastrophic, "Beasley said, adding that the international community should not allow the future of the Afghan people, especially its children, to be ruined.

The World Food Program (WFP) has previously stated that humanitarian aid to Afghanistan must be increased to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe.

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

The United States and its allies invaded Afghanistan in 2001 under the pretext of fighting terrorism and providing security. The attack led to war, conflict and the destruction of Afghanistan's economic infrastructure.

The US military finally left Afghanistan in humiliation in late August after 20 years of occupation.

The Taliban have also been in power in Afghanistan since August 15. 219