WFP chief David Basely has once again urged the international community to expedite aid delivery to Afghanistan to battle its starvation.
It has already been announced that India will send 50,000 tonnes of wheat and medicines to Afghanistan by road transport through Pakistan.
Despite only setting a target of 135, a superb performance with the ball means Suliman Safi's side just did enough to progress from the Super League quarters.
The diplomat noted that India has committed to provide 50,000 MT of wheat and lifesaving medicines and one million doses of COVID vaccines to the Afghan people.
China and Russia reiterated their calls for unfreezing Afghan assets.
Karzai backed these meetings, which experts believe could play a vital role in solving the problems in the country.
Taliban representatives are also meeting with women's rights activists and human rights defenders from Afghanistan and from the Afghan diaspora.
The international community has been hesitant to officially recognize a Taliban government, wary they could impose some of the same harsh measures as under their previous rule, 20 years ago.
Three villages of around 800 houses flattened by the earthquakes; Villagers spend the night among the ruins of their homes.
Concerned about exclusion of women in Afghanistan; Hazara, Hindu women especially vulnerable: UN experts
UN human rights experts said these concerns are exacerbated in the cases of women from "ethnic, religious or linguistic minorities such as the Hazara, Tajik, Hindu and other communities."
There were fears the death toll could rise further as the first rescuers reached some of the remote villages struck by the temblors in what is one of Afghanistan's most impoverished regions.
Pakistan NSA to visit Kabul to discuss border fencing issue, humanitarian crisis with Taliban regime
Concerns over Afghanistan's humanitarian crisis have been discussed in the United Nations to avert a humanitarian crisis.
The group has previously conveyed the implementation of their version of Sharia law and any breach under the law is not tolerated.
Dressed in sweaters and jeans or the traditional Afghan male clothing of baggy pants and long shirt, none stand out as they jostle to score a goal.
The lives of Afghan journalists in the past one and a half months and found that they are living the worst life due to the fragile economic situation, Khaama Press reported.