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A considerable number of Afghan translators and their families will be facilitated at US bases in Qatar and Kuwait while their US visas are being concluded, authorities have said.
Afghan translators are looking for asylum in the US as their work, helping American powers in Afghanistan put them in the terminating line of the Taliban, filling in the capacity as Western powers pull out of the country.
The candidates will remain at US army installations in Qatar and Kuwait, giving the host countries concur, US authorities told Politico.
Starting today, neither one of the nations has affirmed they will have the Afghan nationals, yet authorities say an understanding is "close".
They added that different nations in the Center East and Europe are considered host nations for the translators, albeit no proper understanding has been reached.
Last week, it was accounted for the Biden organization will empty Afghan nationals who helped the US armed force during its mediation in Afghanistan - following a 2001 attack of the nation - as right on time as this month.
"For functional security, we will not have extra subtleties on when flights will leave, yet we will meet the president's obligation to start flights this month," an authority disclosed to The Washington Post at that point.
Named "Activity Partners Shelter," it will uphold "intrigued and qualified Afghan nationals and their families who have upheld the US and our accomplices in Afghanistan and are in the [special settler visa] application pipeline".
The State, Protection, and Country Security divisions organize the flights, which will start somewhat recently in July.
About 2,500 Afghan candidates will get onto a plane and be taken to Fortress Lee armed force base in Virginia. They will briefly stay until their visa applications are close to fruition, the authorities said.