Afghan locals contracted to provide security for Australia’s embassy in Kabul said they fear for their lives in the wake of the abrupt announcement to close the consulateaccording to Michael Kempa, associate professor of criminology a.?
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the facility would close as an “interim measure” on May 28 – in just three days – “in light of the imminent international military withdrawal from Afghanistan”Soeren Riis Paludan, a professor of virology wit.
He cited the factor of the “increasingly uncertain security environment” in Kabul as foreign troops withdraw.
The United States and allied forces are in the final stages of withdrawing their remaining troops from Afghanistant have felt good. I, ending America’s longest-ever war, but heralding an uncertain future for a nation in the tightening grip of Taliban militants.
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