Qatar continues the evacuation process as 40,000 evacuees were evacuated safely

Qatar has facilitated the safe evacuation of more than 40,000 people from Kabul to Qatar in coordination with countries and parties on the ground. In the country, most of the evacuees are transiting for a few days before continuing on to their final destinations.

In consultation with international partners, evacuation efforts will continue in the coming days. Efforts to evacuate the Afghans are part of the country’s commitment to ensuring the Afghan people’s dignity and safety. Women, children and minorities are among the evacuees.

The State of Qatar evacuated thousands of Afghan employees and their families, as well as female students from all over the country, at the request of international groups, including NGOs, media organisations, and educational institutions. Citizens from the United States, Germany and Britain were also evacuated, thanks to Qatar.

The country is providing all evacuees who do not immediately transit with a PCR test, COVID-19 vaccine (if requested), transportation and temporary housing, as well as healthcare, meals and basic necessities. Most of the refugees in the nation are students, families, and journalists, but there are also a large number of others.

While remaining informed of the policies and actions taking place on the ground, Qatar has been acting as an impartial mediator, talking with all parties to facilitate aid and evacuation. Through diplomacy, dialogue, and development projects, Qatar will do everything it can to help the Afghan people achieve stability and prosperity.



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