March 27, 2023

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Governments and institutions prepare for new wave of refugees in Afghanistan

The Brazilian government has issued a statement expressing concern over the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan It is necessary to protect the gains made in recent decades in relation to human rights, democracy and the socio-economic development of the country.

Governments and organizations from various countries spoke about the plight of Afghans and expressed their desire to welcome refugees.

Historical pictures of those who tried to leave Afghanistan already carry great weight for the people depicted in the report. They are Afghans who have lived in England for some time, in these last days, experiencing an unimaginable agony.

“This is my country … a very sad and difficult situation. Now I help people who send videos and talk about how things are going. Have you seen the airport footage? That’s why I cry.”

An organization that helps the Afghan community in or around London. Created by a refugee who left Afghanistan in 1999, the country was ordered by the Taliban. Today people spent the day together, with children, helping each other and following the news.

A woman may not speak English well, but she is willing to say what she thinks.

This is the worst moment in the history of Afghanistan. Selfish politicians are playing with the lives of the people, ”he explained.

Anyone who wanted to ran away from there. JN showed the French ambassador to Kabul boarding a military helicopter.

A Germany sent paramilitary troops to evacuate embassy staff. Prime Minister Angela Merkel wants to rescue 10,000 people, including those who worked for the German government in Afghanistan.

But so far the strongest promise has come from France: President Emmanuel Macron has said the country’s doors are open to receiving refugees from Afghanistan.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacintha Artern appealed.

I urge Taliban leaders to allow people to leave safely. Will be followed around the world“, He asked.

Amnesty International blames foreign governments Measures to protect people targeted by Taliban retaliation: activists, academics, journalists, women’s rights activists.

Pope Francis prayed for the people of Afghanistan and said he was committed to the country’s “consensus” concern.

Russia seems to be less concerned. Vladimir Putin’s government maintains embassy in Kabul Because it received security guarantees from the Taliban.

China has expressed interest in developing a “friendly relationship” with the militant group. China’s largest state-run newspaper quoted the foreign ministry as saying that “China respects the wishes and wishes of the people of Afghanistan.”.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said no one should recognize the militant group as a government. There are already reports of human rights violations, and European countries fear a new migration crisis. Afghanistan and Afghanistan fears that anyone fleeing the Taliban will not be welcomed in the UK.