The White House estimates that about 100 US citizens remain in Afghanistan, despite the evacuation deadline expired about a week ago.
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He added that the White House “hoped that Qatar could resume air service from Kabul in the next few days.” If so, we’re obviously going to see if Americans can be part of those flights, “he said.
Mr. Klein also talked about the issue of thousands of Afghanistan with special immigrant visas left behind when the US military ended its presence in Afghanistan on August 31st. Reportedly Targeted by the Taliban.
He said the administration was “in close contact with our sources in Afghanistan and our contacts, [Afghan] I will issue the SIV safely. “
“I know some come out by land,” he added. “We are also continuing our efforts to get them into the air. We will continue to move these SIVs out of the country.”
“We have launched a historic airlift and brought 124,000 American citizens, legal permanent residents of this country, residents of other countries, and many Afghan citizens from Afghanistan,” Klain said. Added.
“We will eventually resettle them in Europe and the United States, and that’s a big part of saving that SIV population.”
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