British Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb said his country’s government wanted diplomatic representation in Afghanistan, but that was not possible now due to the security situation.
“We want to be in a position where security and security conditions allow us to continue to have a diplomatic presence in Afghanistan, but that is not possible right now,” Rob told parliament’s foreign affairs committee.
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb must face the “new reality” in Afghanistan and work with other countries to exert “moderate influence” on the Taliban.
Rob said the UK would work to keep the Taliban in their pledge to provide a safe haven for those who want to leave the Taliban.
He said the number of British citizens was still “between one hundred and two hundred”.
He said more than 5,000 Britons were among the more than 17,000 deported by the UK from Afghanistan.
Rob backed the handling of the crisis, stressing that “no department has done better than the foreign ministry, otherwise anyone who tries to suggest” credibility “or” margin “for events should” focus on the work. “
Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections in Crete, but have called for the beleagured PM to resign.
Rob later admitted that he would not travel “backwards”, but he rejected the notion of “hangout on the beach” as “nonsense”.
The Downing Street office on Tuesday confirmed that Boris Johnson had “full confidence” in Dominic Rob, saying the prime minister’s spokesman had “no plans” to overthrow the government.
Johnson spends these days off Downing Street in the West England and his spokesman will not confirm whether he is on vacation or not, but said he is “constantly working”.
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