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Britain and Germany recently announced they would expel thousands of other Afghan citizens facing security challenges.
Some Afghans who are counting down the minutes to leaving the country are optimistic about this announcement.
An Afghan judge who worked in a court in the previous government and did not want to be named in the report for security reasons says he has been facing serious security problems recently and called on countries around the world to seek refuge in him to protect his life. I was, and after my internship I was finally recruited in the judiciary, now I am really threatened, because we also worked in the penitentiary and the prisoners who have now been released are being threatened, we have been fired and replaced by mullahs. “They were appointed.”
Apparently this is not just a problem for judges; Some journalists also think that living in Afghanistan is a threat to them and say that they are trying to leave their homeland.
Reporters from two different Afghan media outlets, who did not want to be named in the report due to security concerns, told RFE / RL that countries seeking to expel Afghans from Afghanistan should be given priority: “Journalists with “There are serious threats, one of which is myself, because in the last five years I have been working on subjects and reports that have uncovered major cases of corruption and human rights abuses.”
“With the recent developments in the country and the coming to power of the caretaker government, all the hopes I had for myself and my family are now dead. The bad situation of the country and life, threats and family problems have forced me to choose a country other than Afghanistan.”
Meanwhile, Victoria Atkins, the British Secretary of State for Afghan Resettlement, said on Thursday that they would relocate 20,000 Afghans to their homeland and give priority to those seeking visas for British programs in Afghanistan. Afghanistan has helped, advocated for women’s rights, defended their values such as democracy and women’s rights, or supported Afghanistan’s minorities.
Thousands of Afghans who arrived in Britain are still staying in hotels.
Local authorities receive funding to accommodate new arrivals.
At the same time, the German Foreign Ministry announced the acceleration of the transfer and asylum process of another 15,000 Afghans, whom it had previously promised to transfer.
Germany’s new foreign minister, Annalna Bayerbauk, said on Thursday that Germany was working to speed up the process and was in talks with Afghanistan’s three neighbors, including Iran, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
Source (Euro International News )