As the international community seeks to withdraw its citizens from Afghanistan, before the August 31 deadline for the Taliban to suspend all operations in that country, the question arises: what if the people are left behind?
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb said it was unclear how many would remain in Afghanistan after British troops left the country on time.
Rob added that the number of “windows” opened based on time and how many would be “legalized” in the coming days, added that 9,000 British and Afghan citizens had already been expelled from Afghanistan. . In danger.
“Depending on how many people want to return, there are very balanced cases,” Rob said, refusing to speculate on whether British troops would return to Afghanistan in the future.
Spain had already addressed the possibility of leaving the citizens. Every day is bad, the deadline at the airport in Kabul is over and the Taliban know people are gathering. There are human avalanches and the Taliban are becoming more and more aggressive. There have been shootings and a number of overtly violent incidents, “said Defense Minister Margarita Robles on Catana Cher radio.
The minister addressed the possibility of some people being left behind as there were interpreters living in areas like Herat on the three-day journey from Kabul and even those approaching the capital’s airport faced a “very complicated situation”. In terms of security.
Commercial flights are allowed … but not for everyone The Taliban have promised to allow commercial flights on the current flight after this Wednesday, August 31, insisting that there is no need to extend the period of troops in the country to continue the civilian withdrawal process. Abbas Stanikzoy, deputy director of the movement’s political office in Qatar, promised after a meeting with Marcus Potz, the German ambassador to Afghanistan, from Afghanistan.
“[Os talibãs] Paving the way for the resumption of civil aviation. Those with legal documents can travel by commercial plane after August 31, ”Taliban political office spokesman Suhail Shaheen wrote on Twitter.
The revelation comes a day after the Taliban announced a ban on Afghans traveling to Kabul airport and stressed the need for “talented Afghans” such as engineers or doctors in the country.
During the press conference, Taliban spokesman Jabihullah Mujahid urged people at the airport to return home and sent a message to US soldiers: “Do not encourage us to leave Afghanistan … we need their skills.”
Dominic Robb told the Radio Times that the Taliban could not prevent “brain drain”. The minister explained that they need to find a way to attract other factions to be more and more moderate in relation to the former Taliban. [que governaram o país entre 1996 e 2011]”.
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