The chairman of the organization, Ursula von der Leyen, announced in August that he would increase this year’s European funding to 200 million, and announced a new and more comprehensive aid plan; “We must continue Support the Afghans,” he said.
Brussels, 15th (European News Agency).-This Wednesday, President Ursula von der Lein, of the European Commission, announced a new 100 million euro support package for Afghanistan. The focus is on avoiding a humanitarian crisis. At sunset on August 15, in the hands of Taliban.
After announcing a 200 million US dollar increase in European funding for this year, the German conservative announced a wider aid plan. This was after the State of the Union debate held at the European Parliament headquarters in Strasbourg. Encourage the Afghan people to speak out, particularly the Afghan women.
“We must continue supporting Afghans in our country, and neighboring countries. He said that it was up to us to take care of the humanitarian crisis and severe famine.
The leader of the European Executive Committee stated that “we will do our part in increasing humanitarian aid by 100million.” She also explained that she didn’t mention the evacuation or reception of Afghans in Europe in her intervention.
Von Delane said that the Afghan crisis was a “symptom” and a manifestation of a world order marked by “supercompetitiveness”. Its influence is achieved “through vaccines and loans, missiles and misinformation.” “We are entering an age regional competition, major powers are paying back attention to ourselves again,” he stated.
Alliance with the U.S. to promote global change
In her speech, the chairman of the European Executive Committee emphasized the importance of deepening the EU’s strategic alliance. In this context, she highlighted the importance of strengthening the EU’s strategic alliance with the United States to promote the “global transformation agenda”.
Von der Lein pointed out in this context the new era for the transatlantic alliance, and the development of the technology and trade forum. He emphasized that the United States and EU will always be stronger together.
At this point, he spoke out about the importance of relations between the United States and its neighboring countries, such as the Western Balkans. In September, he announced that he would be visiting the region to “send an important message” and to promise to join Turkey and the European Union. He said that the work would continue to channel relations.
He confirmed that the EU/Africa summit, originally scheduled for October 2020, was postponed several times because of the coronavirus crises, would be held in February 2022. This coincides with France’s presidency of the council.
Similarly, Von der Lein advocates redesigning the relationship between Europe and the world, pointing out that its investment must be more strategic. “We are good at financing roads. But there is no point in building roads between European copper mines owned by China and ports owned by China,” he warned.
It announced that Brussels would soon present a new interconnection strategy in order to secure partnerships with countries around world, focusing on infrastructure and investment.