Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi reiterated the call in an interview with China Radio International (CRI) News on Sunday.
The US was no longer engaged in a war with Afghanistan and locking the Afghan assets lacked any logical justification, the minister argued.
He demanded: “The assets should be freed immediately. The Americans don’t have any military front against us now. What is the reason for freezing the assets?”
Muttaqi added the reserves worth $9.5 billion belonged to the people of Afghanistan, not to the Islamic Emirate.
The foreign minister asked: “The US froze our assets and then told us that it will provide us humanitarian aid. What does it mean?”
In a letter earlier this month, Muttaqi asked the US Congress to help free the Afghan assets as the country faced a humanitarian crisis.