Ghani said in a BBC interview that an adviser gave him just minutes to decide to abandon the capital, He also denied accusations that he left Afghanistan with milions in stolen money.
China is already coordinating its evolving policy on Afghanistan with its “all-weather ally” Pakistan and Russia which also share borders with Afghanistan.
Foreign Ministry said that it continues to monitor the developments in the war-torn country and remains concerned about the situation, including its humanitarian aspect.
Blinken said the U.S. was working with other countries in the region to either keep the Kabul airport open after Tuesday or to reopen it “in a timely fashion.”
Minister of communications in Afghanistan from 2016 to 2018, Sayed Sadaat calls on the international community not to turn its back on Afghanistan and continue providing economic support.
Qatar will be among global heavyweights when U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken hosts a virtual meeting to discuss a coordinated approach for the days ahead, as the U.S. completes its withdrawal
Wang urged the US to take concrete actions to help Afghanistan combat terrorism and violence on the premise of respecting its sovereignty and independence, instead of practicing double standards.
The stories have poured in by the thousands with heartbreaking pleas not to be left behind. The tissues are used for crying breaks, one of the aides explained.
In his address, Chabot said that with roughly 6 million Hindus in America, Hindus are unquestionably an integral part of society throughout the United States.
His remarks come as countries continue to evacuate their citizens from Afghanistan through the Kabul airport, which is under US forces' control.
With the current US withdrawal, there is a sense of déjà vu in India; can Pakistan exploit the situation once again to foment trouble in Jammu and Kashmir?
"He will be in Kabul to meet jihadi leaders and politicians for an inclusive government set-up," a senior Taliban official told AFP.
The External Affairs Ministry too does not have much data either, except that about 250 Indians, including 26 Telugu people are now in Kabul waiting to catch the first plane out of the country.
Prominent influencers have gone dark or fled, while residents and activists are scrambling to scrub their digital lives.
The war-torn country is facing its second severe drought in three years, on top of the fighting and displacement of people, said WFP representative and country director Mary-Ellen McGroarty.