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European Union (EU) Commission spokesperson Balazs Ujvari reminded the daily press conference of Commission spokespersons that the amount of humanitarian aid the EU will provide to Afghans inside and outside the country rose from 50 million to 200 million euros.
“We will continue to monitor the situation. If additional needs arise, we will do our best to raise additional funds,” the spokesperson said. noted.
The situation in Afghanistan will also be on the agenda of Parliament, whose plenary sessions began today.
A session on Afghanistan will be held tomorrow with the participation of the EU High Representative for Foreign Relations and Security Policy, Josep Borrell. The humanitarian situation and the migration crisis, the measures to be taken by the EU against them and how to establish a relationship with the Taliban will be discussed.
In addition, David McAllister, Chairman of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Relations, and Juan Fernando Lopez Aguilar, Chairman of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, will hold a press conference on the dimensions of migration , human rights and asylum policies in the crisis in Afghanistan.
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