Germany and Pakistan continue their cooperation separately so that especially the Afghans who need protection and are at risk, are brought to safety under the rule of Taliban extremists in Afghanistan.
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari told his German counterpart Annala Berbuk in Berlin on Friday that he is confident that there will be a positive development in this matter due to the contacts with the Taliban.
First of all, since the beginning of the year, they are making good progress in getting especially the people in need of protection out of Afghanistan, said Bearbock.
The German Foreign Minister explained that his country’s representatives have issued about 24,000 visas for former local employees, especially for people in need of protection. Among these, more than 18,000 visas have been issued through the German Embassy in Islamabad. According to him, these Afghans were transferred directly from Pakistan to Germany by 83 charter planes.
Berbuk added that in the second stage, about 7,500 people from Afghanistan traveled to Germany, and after the trips were severely prevented by the Taliban, in the third stage, about 1,400 people have been able to travel with the support of Germany and Pakistan. travel to Germany Beerbok did not want to talk about the details in this connection, because in his view, this will endanger the continuation of the work.
Zardari said that Afghanistan, like Ukraine, needs the support of the international community and that Pakistan has provided the transfer of 90,000 Afghans to 43 countries.
An investigative commission of the German parliament has been investigating the transfer process since July, which also aims to determine the fate of former local employees who are still waiting for the possibility of traveling to Germany.