UK’s Johnson and Biden agree on Kabul evacuation efforts
LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and US President Joe Biden agreed on Monday to work collectively to make sure all these eligible to go away Afghanistan had been in a position to, together with after the preliminary evacuation part ended, Johnson’s workplace mentioned.
“They mentioned the continued efforts by the UK and US to coordinate the fast and secure evacuation of our nationals and people who beforehand labored with our governments from Kabul Worldwide Airport,” a Downing Road spokesman mentioned after the 2 leaders spoke by telephone.
“The leaders agreed to proceed working collectively to make sure those that are eligible to go away are in a position to, together with after the preliminary part of the evacuation has ended.”
Johnson and Biden additionally famous the significance of concerted diplomatic engagement to safe the progress made in Afghanistan and stop a humanitarian disaster, the assertion mentioned.
“They dedicated to driving worldwide motion, together with by the G7 and UN Safety Council, to stabilise the state of affairs, help the Afghan individuals and work in the direction of an inclusive and consultant Afghan authorities,” the spokesman added.