One by one, the United Arab Emirates’ humanitarian role globally was enhanced today, Friday, when 5,000 Afghan nationals deported from Afghanistan were deported before they could be deported to other countries.
Between hosting and deportation, the UAE’s humanitarian arm continues to operate effectively, which, as everyone saw, helped evacuate about 8,500 foreigners from Afghanistan through its flights and its airports.
At the request of the United States, the United Arab Emirates will temporarily detain Afghan nationals before they leave for other countries, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
The Afghans, who were deported from the capital Kabul to the United Arab Emirates, will depart on US flights in the coming days.
The humanitarian effort facilitates dozens of recent flights carrying hundreds of foreign nationals from Afghanistan to the United Arab Emirates, where many diplomats, various national staff and NGO workers travel to the country’s airports.
Every year on August 19, in conjunction with World Humanitarian Action Day, international praise continues for the UAE’s humanitarian efforts in the Afghan crisis.
This international tribute and this global celebration comes at a time when the history of mankind is documenting in light letters the efforts and efforts of the UAE to provide relief to those around the world.
Within the strategy of human brotherhood, which prioritizes “people first” without discrimination on the basis of geography, race or religion, the Emirates ’white arms were extended to provide relief to all people going through difficult situations.
This humanitarian strategy is evident on more than one level, on more than one level, during the current Afghan crisis.
In this regard, the United Arab Emirates has received former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and his family on humanitarian grounds.
In the current situation, the UAE has helped many countries to deport their citizens from Afghanistan.
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.
Australia on Thursday sent a letter of thanks to the United Arab Emirates for its participation in the deportation of Australian citizens from Afghanistan.
It came during a phone call from Sheikh Mohammed bin Saeed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
At the relevant level, the United Kingdom thanked the United Arab Emirates for its support in the process of deporting British and Afghan citizens from Afghanistan.
This came during a meeting between Sheikh Abdullah bin Saeed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the United Arab Emirates, and British Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb, according to the British Foreign Office.
The British Foreign Office account on Twitter wrote on Thursday, “Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb spoke with Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the United Arab Emirates. To repatriate British citizens and Afghanistan who assisted in the efforts.
Two days after the British ‘thanks to the United Arab Emirates, a similar French thank you, Florence Barley, Minister of the French Armed Forces, praised the efforts of the United Arab Emirates in helping to expel its citizens from Afghanistan in the current situation.
It came during a phone call on Monday that the United Arab Emirates’ Minister of Defense, Mohammed bin Ahmed Al Bourdie, had received a letter from the French Minister of Defense.
The capital of mankind
The true and noble values of the United Arab Emirates were evident in the humanitarian record recorded by the United Arab Emirates in that crisis.
The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has said that the United Arab Emirates received humanitarian aid from former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and his family.
The former president of Afghanistan fled the country after the Taliban seized power.
Sultan Mohammed Al Shamsi, Assistant Minister of International Cooperation for Foreign Affairs and International Development, stressed that this is a testament to the United Arab Emirates’ commitment to strengthening international cooperation.
In this regard, “the United Arab Emirates has always sought peaceful and multilateral solutions and is keen to continue working with international partners to advance efforts to help the people of Afghanistan during this period.”
The continued international acclaim for the UAE’s efforts culminates in the last 50 years of humanitarian achievements in the UAE, during which the UAE’s foreign aid amounted to 320 billion dirhams in 201 countries.
The United Arab Emirates has made a difference in humanitarian work, which has occupied the world’s number one position for many years as the world’s largest foreign donor in terms of its national income and has been translated into the ground.
Humanitarian efforts are on the rise and international acclaim combines a humanitarian and civilized capital of the United Arab Emirates with quality achievements and initiatives.
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