Taliban to meet US on releasing frozen Afghan funds after quake

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A Taliban delegation arrived in Qatar on Wednesday for talks with the United States on unlocking some of Afghanistan’s reserves following a devastating earthquake, with Washington seeking ways to ensure the money goes to help the population. The White House said it is working “urgently” on the effort, but a member of the Afghan central bank’s board said it could take time to finalise. The Taliban’s foreign minister, Amir Khan Muttaqi, arrived in the Qatari capital Doha along with finance ministry and central bank officials for talks with the US envoy on Afghanistan, Tom West, Taliban foreign m…

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