Afghanistan: Taliban to allow expatriate Americans and Afghanistan out of danger after August 31
The Taliban has promised to endanger Americans and Afghans from leaving Afghanistan After August 31st, US Secretary of State Anthony Blingen made the announcement on Wednesday.
About 1,500 Americans are yet to be deported from Afghanistan According to estimates, the head of US diplomacy told a news conference in Washington.
He added that the Taliban had promised to leave after the withdrawal of foreign forces.. “We actively approach them several times a day through multiple communication channels to determine if they still want to leave.Blinken told reporters.
Blinken told reporters Of the 6,000 Americans who want to leave Afghanistan, at least 4,500 U.S. citizens have already fled the country.
In turn, he promised Authorities have “direct contact” with the other 500 Americans who want to leave and are approaching the other 1,000.
“The Taliban have made public and private pledges to provide and implement a safe passage for Americans, Third Citizens and Afghans at risk until August 31,” he said.
Suhail Shahin, one of the Taliban spokesmen, warned on Monday There will be “effects” If the US and other foreign countries do not complete their exits and exits from Afghanistan by August 31, Deadline set by US President Joe Biden.
What else, Two sources from the militant group confirmed to the company Reuters They will not extend the deadline for troops to leave Afghanistan. They made it clear, though No government or senior foreign official has contacted the Taliban to discuss the matter.
In an interview with வான செய்தி, August 31 Shahin clarifies the “red line”: “On August 31, Biden announced that he would withdraw all his troops,” Shahin argued, referring to it. If the president extends his term, “there is an extension of it when there is no need for occupation.”
“If the US or the UK ask for more time to pursue the expulsion, there is no answer. Or there will be consequences.” Had warned.
British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson told Biden to extend the deadline for him to leave Afghanistan. An expansion that sought to remove large numbers of people from the country.
Many have already lost their lives in the ambiguous situation outside the airport, Expensive evacuation activities continue. Faced with these difficulties, After August 31, Biden continued to open the door.
“There is ongoing negotiations between us and the military on the extension. We hope it will not be extended, but I think there will be discussions about the status of the evacuation process.“, He promised.
(With information from AFP)