Publish dateSunday 25 February 2024 - 15:12
Story Code : 286461
The Ministry of Migration is ready for the second wave of forced deportation of Afghan refugees from Pakistan
The Ministry of Migrants and Returnees Affairs has announced that a meeting to prepare for the second wave of deportation of Afghan refugees from Pakistan has been held in Nangarhar province and the ministry will be ready for the second wave as well.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: The press office of the Ministry of Refugees and Returnees Affairs published a newsletter today (Sunday, February 25) and said that in order to prepare for the second wave of return of forced refugees from Pakistan, a meeting was held under the chairmanship of the deputy governor of Nangarhar province. Heads of migrant affairs, public health, foreign affairs and representatives of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Aid were held.
According to the newsletter, Baz Mohammad Abdurrahman, the head of migrant affairs, while reviewing the past wave and the experiences of returnee families, expressed his problems and suggestions and called for necessary measures to manage the second wave well.
He said that the provincial administrations will successfully manage the return of the families from Pakistan with the coordination of the center and the cooperation of the partner institutions. He also expressed his confidence in the cooperation in the meeting with the senior domestic and foreign officials in order to prepare and solve the problems.
On the other hand, the representative of the Humanitarian Aid Coordinating Department provided information about the cooperation of relief organizations with returnee families in the past and assured that they will continue to cooperate in the future.
It should be mentioned that several months ago, Pakistan started the process of forced deportation of Afghan immigrants from that country and it continues until now.
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