LONDON: Prime Minister (PM) Boris Johnson said Britain would work with the Taliban if necessary after they caught Afghanistan and shielded his foreign minister, who has experienced harsh criticism for his treatment of the circumstance.
“What I want to assure people is that our political and diplomatic efforts to find a solution for Afghanistan, working with the Taliban, of course, if necessary, will go on,” Johnson told media.
Johnson said the circumstance at Kabul air terminal, where many frantic Afghans have swarmed looking for mass migration from the nation, was getting “somewhat better.”
The British government said it had gotten the clearing of 1,615 individuals since Saturday, including 399 British nationals and their dependants, 320 international haven staff and 402 Afghans.
He inquired whether he believed in Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, who has confronted his renunciation from rivals for his reaction to the emergency, said: “Totally”.