Britain’s withdrawal from Kabul is expected to end “within hours” and promises to “turn heaven and earth” to evacuate people by August 31.
“We will find a way to find some people in the crowd wherever we are, but overall the main process is now closed and it will take a few hours,” said British Defense Minister Ben Wallace.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that if there is anyone left in the operation in Afghanistan, Britain will do everything possible. “Of course, when we go into the final hours of surgery, unfortunately, there will be people who don’t do it in the second phase.”
Speaking to reporters, the British Prime Minister promised that allowing citizens with a visa to the UK to leave the country would be a key issue for the West to define whether or not it has diplomatic relations with the Taliban.
Johnson has not yet revealed how many Afghans have failed to climb.
Reports from the British government came on the same day that the country admitted that the lives of many Afghans had been endangered as documents containing personal details of Afghan translators and candidates working at the embassy in Kabul had not been destroyed.
A Times reporter found the data when a Taliban patrol entered the building. All those targeted in the files and those who have not yet left the country are at risk of revenge. The Minister of Defense confirms what happened and guarantees to investigate the case.
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb has confirmed that two British citizens and the son of another British citizen were killed in an attack on Kabul airport on Thursday.
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