Since the radical Islamic Taliban came to power in Kabul in the summer, German embassy officials in the area have issued 5,600 visas to local workers and those at particular risk. People from Afghanistan Given. The number will continue to rise, the Federal Foreign Office told AFP on Wednesday. Visa issuance is currently “conceptual” going on.
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The embassy in the Pakistani capital Islamabad is considering Sinha’s role in the applications, according to Funke Media Group’s newspapers, citing the Foreign Office. So far, the delegation has approved 3,700 applications. The embassies in Islamabad and New Delhi in India have issued about 1,100 visas in the family reunification area.
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The Taliban seized control of Afghanistan in August after 20 years of fighting with the support of US and NATO troops. When the Bundeswehr and other German companies were hastily withdrawn, thousands of local aid workers were left stranded in the country. The German government is trying to force them out because many of them fear retaliation by the Taliban. (AFP)
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