10,000 brave Afghans who aided the British forces will be granted permanent sanctuary in the UK

The Prime Minister said that 10,000 Afghans who had assisted British forces in the last 20 years would be granted permanent sanctuary in the UK.

In addition, m 12 million will be provided to help refugees protect schools and special language courses – an additional £ 3 million for NHS support.

The Prime Minister said that about 10,000 Afghans who had assisted British forces in the last 20 years would be granted permanent sanctuary in the UK.Credit: Reuters

Each family gets a social worker to help them find a home, work and school to integrate.

About 300 university scholarships for Afghan students are also expected to be announced soon.

At the start of Operation Warm Welcome, Boris Johnson said: “We owe a great deal to those who worked with the Armed Forces.

“I’m committed to giving them and their families the support they need to rebuild their lives in the UK.”

Refugees arriving this year under the resettlement and assistance policy in Afghanistan can freely change their status to stay and work indefinitely.

Meanwhile, the EU is at a loss as to how much Afghanistan will take.

He said the Luxembourg Federation should accept 50,000.

But Germany, Austria and France have expressed security concerns.

The video shows the graves of army tanks captured by Taliban forces

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