Who supplies arms to the Taliban

The Taliban may have a large arsenal of military weapons, but that arsenal is far smaller than the reported $88 billion. That said, the Taliban still have enough military equipment to be able to maintain some of this arsenal. In addition, it is unlikely that the Taliban will be able to use all of its weapons. So, how do we deal with such a problem? In this article, I’ll discuss some of the options available to deal with this problem.

The recent takeover of Afghanistan has plunged the nation into economic pain and uncertainty. In one such shop in southern Kandahar province, Khan Mohammad, an Afghan national, is flush with new inventory. He displays US-made Smith & Wesson pistols and ammunition belts. He also shows off a new inventory of camouflage combat vests. In front of him, a man wearing a Taliban police uniform points to a large display of armaments.

Brazil was the fourth largest supplier of major arms, accounting for 2.7 per cent of all deliveries. It supplied Afghanistan with 26 Super Tucano (A-29B) trainer/combat helicopters. These aircraft were bought under the US programme, which then modified them in the United States before being delivered to the country. The Afghan air force later made use of these planes as its main combat aircraft. The USA also supplied Afghanistan with PC-12 light transport aircraft, likely modified for reconnaissance purposes.

What is Afghanistan famous for

It has six bordering countries that include Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Iran, Pakistan, and China. Afghanistan is famous for its pomegranates in Asia. Let’s explore more about this war-torn country with some interesting facts.

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Is Afghanistan rich or poor?

Afghanistan is one of the poorest countries in the world. In Afghanistan, poverty is widespread in rural and urban areas. However, it has been estimated that poverty in Afghanistan is mainly concentrated in rural areas. It has been estimated that four out of five poor people live in rural areas. In these rural areas, families without enough access to adequate nutrition see many infants and children become stunted, malnourished and die each year. The regions in Afghanistan where almost half of the inhabitants are poor are the East, Northeast, and West-Central regions. According to the Afghan government’s estimates, 42 percent of Afghanistan’s total population lives below the poverty line. Also, 20 percent of people living just above the poverty line are highly vulnerable to falling into poverty.


Is Dari similar to Arabic?

Pashto, Dari, and Farsi languages are spoken in the Southern and Central Asian countries. Dari, Farsi, and Pashto are all Aryan (Iranian) languages belonging to the Indo-European language family. While Dari and Farsi are two accents of the same language, Pashto is a different language. Dari, Farsi, and Pashto both use the Arabic Alphabet, but they are completely different from the Arabic language.

What does a typical home look like in Afghanistan?

When it comes to housing, there are two totally different types of housing in Afghanistan, traditional mud houses and concrete houses and mansions.  In the cities, you will see very modern architecture and beautiful mansions, but at the same time, you might see a very traditional mud house next to it. A majority of the Afghan population lives in very traditional mud houses.

Are green eyes common in Afghanistan?

Brown eyes are more common in Asia and Europe. Green eyes are common in Central Europe, Iraq, Iran, and Turkey. Gray eyes are common in Europe, the Middle East, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.

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