Afghanistan News: US President Joe Biden will hold a digital meeting with the leaders of the G7 member states on August 24 to discuss closer coordination on Afghanistan policy. This information was given by White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Sunday.
Jen Psaki said in a statement, “President Joe Biden may hold a digital meeting with other leaders of the G7 countries on August 24. These leaders will discuss continuing their close coordination on Afghanistan policy and the evacuation of our citizens, the brave Afghans who have stood by us over the past two decades, and other vulnerable Afghan citizens.
He said the G7 leaders would also discuss plans to provide humanitarian aid and assistance to Afghan refugees.
The meeting will follow Biden’s phone conversations with G7 leaders this week with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi.
British PM Boris Johnson gave information about the meeting
Boris Johnson has said that he will convene a meeting of the leaders of the Group of Seven countries on Tuesday to urgently discuss the situation in Afghanistan. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a statement posted on Twitter: “It is important that the international community support the Afghan people to ensure the safe evacuation of people, prevent humanitarian crisis and secure the hard work of the past 20 years.” work together for
Britain is chairing the G-7 countries this year. This group includes Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the US.
Significantly, two decades after the withdrawal of US forces from the country, the Taliban have captured all major towns and cities of Afghanistan, including the capital Kabul.
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