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Britain thanks United Arab Emirates for efforts to expel its citizens and Afghanistan from Kabul

The United Kingdom has thanked the United Arab Emirates for its support in the expulsion of British and Afghan citizens from Afghanistan.

This came during a speech between Sheikh Abdullah bin Saeed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the United Arab Emirates, and Dominic Robb, British Foreign Secretary, according to the British Foreign Office.

The British Foreign Office account on Twitter wrote on Thursday, “Foreign Minister Dominic Robb has spoken with Sheikh Abdullah bin Saeed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the United Arab Emirates, and thanked the United Arab Emirates for its support in sending troops and troops to Afghanistan over the past 20 years. To repatriate British and Afghan citizens who assisted in the efforts.

In addition, Britain will continue to expel its citizens and many Afghans from Kabul on Thursday, where the Taliban will land near its international airport, via Dubai, on the return flight.

In the difficult situation since the fall of the Taliban in Kabul on Sunday, thousands of diplomats, foreigners and those who worked with them continue to be expelled from Afghanistan.

Since last Sunday, an air bridge has been set up with the participation of flights from around the world to expel foreigners and Afghans to Kabul airport, which has been overflowing with crowds wanting to leave the country.

The United Arab Emirates has become a focal point in its efforts to withdraw from Afghanistan, and it falls within the framework of its humanitarian efforts to facilitate all parties in these circumstances.

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The British government announced on Wednesday that it had expelled 306 Britons and 2,052 Afghans.

On Tuesday evening, new measures aimed at obtaining 20,000 Afghan refugees “for a long time”, including 5,000 in the first year.

Within ten days, the Taliban were able to control almost all of Afghanistan, and after a large-scale offensive in May, foreign forces, especially the United States, began to withdraw completely from the country.