US orders embassy staff to leave Kabul as it begin troop pullout

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The United State has asked non essential embassy staff to leave Kabul, citing increased threats. The US advisory said, “ On April 27, 2021, the Department ordered the departures from US Embassy Kabul of US government employees whose functions can be performed elsewhere”.  The advisory further said that  The US Embassy’s ability to provide emergency services to US citizens in Afghanistan is severely limited, particularly outside of Kabul. The US government has also advised all Americans wishing to leave Afghanistan to leave as soon as possible. US and NATO ground forces are expected to be out of Afghanistan by September 11. 

CS SURBHI SAXENA

About Surbhi Saxena edits the daily Current Affairs News. The author is qualified member of The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI).

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