Leaders of the Group of Seven nations will discuss the situation in Afghanistan in a video conference on Tuesday. The goal is to find a common approach to evacuating people from Afghanistan, receiving refugees and supporting the Afghan people.
“It is critical that the international community work together to ensure safe evacuations, prevent a humanitarian crisis and support the Afghan people in securing the achievements of the past 20 years,” British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wrote in a statement on Sunday. date.
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On Tuesday, I will invite the G7 leaders for urgent talks on the situation in Afghanistan. It is critical that the international community work together to ensure safe evacuations, prevent a humanitarian crisis, and support the Afghan people to secure the gains of the past 20 years.
– Boris Johnson August 22, 2021
The United Kingdom currently heads the group of rich industrial nations, which also includes Canada, Germany, France, Japan, Italy and the United States.
Last Thursday, the foreign ministers of the seven major industrialized countries discussed the issue of Afghanistan. Then they called on the Taliban to grant freedom of passage to Afghans who wanted to leave their country.
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