The U.S. called on Afghanistan’s neighbors to accept refugees

The United States calls on the international community, including Afghanistan’s neighbors, to accept refugees from the country, and the Taliban movement – to provide an opportunity for everyone to leave, said the American representative to the UN, Linda Thomas-Greenfield.

“We call on Afghanistan’s neighbors, other countries in the region and beyond to provide temporary or permanent asylum to Afghans who are trying to leave the country,” she said at a meeting of the UN Security Council.

“It is critically important that all Afghan and foreign citizens who want to leave can do it safely,” the diplomat added.

The U.S. has sent thousands of troops to the airport of the Afghan capital Kabul to evacuate its citizens and local allies who are seeking salvation from the Taliban.

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