US SECRETARY OF STATE MIKE POMPEO DECLARED US WILL DRAW ALMOST $100 FROM AFGHANISTAN 109

US SECRETARY OF STATE MIKE POMPEO DECLARED US WILL DRAW ALMOST $100 FROM AFGHANISTAN

Pompeo said in a statement that the United States will complete the infrastructure project, but will do so using a “mechanism” of the budget, and criticized Afghanistan “for its inability to manage the resources of the US government in a transparent manner.”
“Because of the corruption that has been identified for the Afghan government and financial mismanagement, the US government is giving back about $ 100 million to the US Treasury Department, which was dedicated to a huge energy infrastructure project,” he said.
The decision comes a day after the US ambassador. UU. In Afghanistan, John Bass, in a tweet, will contact the country’s National Procurement Authority (NPA) to not approve the purchase of fuel for thermal power generation.
Kabul residents accused the NPA of ignoring people’s need for energy, because large parts of the city were without electricity for more than seven hours each day this month.
Power outages also caused losses to manufacturers and emergency health services.
“The hearing reports that the National Procurement Authority will not authorize the purchase of fuel for the only power plant in Kabul, even as the United States and analyst support help Afghan security forces repair power lines.” Is that true? “
The energy crisis intensified further this week after rebels attacked towers in northern provinces. About a third of the country has been affected by power outages.

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