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Taliban-led Ministry of finance freezes accounts of former Afghan officials

Taliban-led Ministry of finance freezes accounts of former Afghan officials

Kabul, Sep 10 (UNI/SPUTNIK) The Afghan Ministry of Finance ordered all banks in the country, including foreign, to freeze the accounts of former Afghan officials and high-ranking military representatives, a member of the Taliban Cultural Commission, Inammul Samangani, said on Friday.
According to the statement, the banks were also requested to provide information on the amount of money in the accounts of former government officials. This refers, in particular, to former ministers, parliamentarians, governors, mayors and other politicians, as well as to high-level generals.
On Thursday, the National Bank of Afghanistan began freezing the accounts of former ministers and officials.

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