In the United Kingdom, refugee aid groups seek to help those fleeing Afghanistan. Since the capture of Kabul by the Taliban, up to 500 people have visited the premises of the Afghanistan and Central Asian Association in West London daily to collect donations or try to evict their relatives.
With our correspondent in London, Claire Digiomy
Clothes and toys are piled up on the lawn of the association’s courtyard … Donations for Displaced Refugees De Afghanistan. Volunteers also welcome relatives Those who are still in the country, Like Ellaha. One of his relatives was killed in an explosion at Kabul airport on August 26, and he worries about his two brothers, who are now translators for Americans wanted by the Taliban.
⁇ I get a lot of calls from them. Look at my phone, they ask me for help. They send me their important personal documents so I can show them here, but I am very helpless. I don’t know how to help them, but I do my best , She testifies.
⁇ They cry ⁇
Noorlhaq Naseemi, the president of the association, can only understand his frustration. He also escaped from the Taliban regime in 1999 and hid in the back of an air-conditioned truck with his wife and children: Those who come here are shocked, very sad, move, and cry. After the last American soldiers left Afghanistan, and started going door-to-door with the Taliban, they became very concerned for their families. .
According to Sunday Times, 8,000 to 9,000 endangered Afghans who wanted to be deported by the United Kingdom are still stranded in their country. When The last British soldiers left Afghanistan This weekend, operations deported a total of 15,000 people in Britain and Afghanistan.
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