Ankara / AA
The Turkish Foreign Ministry has dedicated a “hotline” to its nationals wishing to leave Afghanistan.
The ministry called on Sunday its nationals intending to leave the country to contact its embassy in Kabul.
The Turkish embassy in Kabul had called, via its page on “Twitter”, Turkish citizens wishing to leave Afghanistan to contact the embassy to inform them.
She had urged them to call +93 79 782 82 83.
Earlier in the day on Sunday, the Taliban movement had invaded neighborhoods on the outskirts of the capital Kabul.
Since last May, violence has mounted in Afghanistan, with the expansion of areas controlled by the Taliban, in parallel with the last stage of the withdrawal of American troops which is due to end on August 31st.
Since 2001, Afghanistan has been the scene of a war, when an international coalition put an end to the reign of the Taliban, for its links, at the time, with Al-Qaeda, which had claimed responsibility for the September 11 attacks. same year in the United States.
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