Afghanistan crisis update: A Ukrainian plane, which was working to evacuate its people from Afghanistan to Bihar, has been hijacked. This information has been received from the report of Russia’s news agency TASS. According to the report, Ukraine’s Deputy Foreign Minister Yevgeny Yenin said that the plane had been taken to Iran. He said the plane was stolen and flown to Iran. According to him, instead of citizens of Ukraine, there is a group of unknown people in it.
Thousands of Afghan citizens gathered at Kabul airport
Thousands of Afghan nationals and foreigners have gathered at Kabul’s airport and are hoping to be deported from the country. Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden may soon decide whether to extend the August 31 deadline to safely evacuate Americans and their allies. A Taliban official said that foreign forces have not sought approval to extend this deadline and even if they do, it will not be given.
Michelle Bachelet, a top UN human rights official, said on Tuesday that she had received credible reports of serious Taliban violations in Afghanistan. Including the ban on women and the ban on protests against their rule. These topics can be discussed in the meeting of G7 countries to be held today.
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At the same time, according to Reuters, the Taliban has appointed a new Finance Minister, Intelligence Chief, Acting Interior Minister in Afghanistan. The report states that Gul Agha will be the finance minister and Sadr Ibrahim will be the acting interior minister. Najibullah Intelligence Chief, while Mullah Shirin has been made the governor of Kabul. Apart from this, Hamdullah Nomani has been appointed as the mayor of the capital.