Kabul, Sep 22 (IANS) Afghanistan received $40 million in cash as humanitarian aid to bolster its impoverished economy, the country's central bank announced on Thursday.
'As part of humanitarian aid to Afghanistan a batch of $40 million in cash reached Kabul on Wednesday evening and was transferred to one of the country's commercial banks,' the Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB) said in a statement.
Thanking the international community for the aid, the central bank called for easing banking relations with Afghanistan to help provide effective interaction with regional and world countries.
The war-town country received a similar amount on September 13 as part of support to raise the country's foreign reserve, which is more than $1 billion.
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