A debt of gratitude is in order for joining our live inclusion of advancements in Afghanistan earlier today. Here are the most recent updates.
The US is being asked by partners to defer its withdrawal from Afghanistan to permit more opportunities to clear individuals who need to escape the country. All US troops, who are as of now controlling Kabul air terminal, are planned to leave by 31 August in a cutoff time recently concurred with the Taliban
The US has so far emptied, and worked with the departure of, around 48,000 individuals since an exceptional transport began on 14 August, the White House says
In any case, the Taliban said yesterday they would not broaden the current 31 August cutoff time. A representative for the gathering said yesterday that there would be “outcomes” if unfamiliar powers remained for more
A virtual G-7 highest point is being facilitated by the UK today to examine the issue, beginning at 14:30 UK time
At the highest point, Prime Minister Boris Johnson will ask world pioneers to expand their help for Afghan evacuees and will require an expansion in help. He will likewise guarantee “to utilize each helpful and discretionary switch” to secure basic liberties in Afghanistan
Thousands remain set up camp external Kabul air terminal wanting to leave. A Nato official has disclosed to Reuters the activity is being directed on a “war footing”.