Pakistan’s envoy to Kabul, Mansoor Ahmad Khan, referred to as on the worldwide neighborhood to assist strengthen Afghanistan’s safety forces, warning {that a} worsening state of affairs within the nation might set off a recent wave of refugees crossing into Pakistan.

The worldwide neighborhood raised the alarm on Saturday as Afghan troops rushed to retake the territory seized by Taliban, after the militant group intensified its offensive amid US troop withdrawal.

Pakistan’s envoy to Kabul, Mansoor Ahmad Khan, referred to as on the worldwide neighborhood to assist strengthen Afghanistan’s safety forces, warning {that a} worsening state of affairs within the nation might set off a recent wave of refugees crossing into Pakistan. “If the situation continues to worsen and deteriorate in Afghanistan… there can be an influx of refugees because of very close cross-border cultural contexts and religious context existing between our two societies,” he mentioned. Pakistan expects 500,000 refugees from Afghanistan, and authorities have mentioned they’ll be saved in border camps.

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Beijing, which has criticised Washington for its hasty withdrawal urged its residents to depart the nation “as soon as possible” after evacuating 210 nationals.

Late on Saturday, Indian officers mentioned employees from the nation’s consulate in Kandahar had been on their method again on board a particular Air India flight.

Apart from Kandahar, Indian officers are posted in Kabul and Mazar-i-Sharif.

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