“Canada welcomes 40,000 refugees” – Prime Minister Trudeau

"Canada welcomes 40,000 refugees" - Prime Minister Trudeau

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“Canada welcomes 40,000 refugees” – Prime Minister Trudeau

“Canada welcomes 40,000 refugees” – Prime Minister Trudeau

Afghan refugees, evacuation of refugees, military seizure of power in Afghanistan, resettlement of refugees, US missions in Afghanistan

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2021-10-13T10:13+0200

2021-10-13T10:13+0200

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“Canada welcomes 40,000 refugees and we urge others to extend their support for the safe resettlement of refugees,” Trudeau wrote on Twitter. Against the backdrop of the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan, Canada agreed in August to protect and take 20,000 Afghans threatened by the Taliban into the country. It was primarily Afghans who contributed to the work of the Canadian government in Afghanistan, as well as the most vulnerable groups of the population, including activists, human rights defenders, journalists, persecuted religious minorities, representatives of the LGBT movement, and family members. Already settled interpreters. The situation in Afghanistan escalated after US President Joe Biden announced in April his decision to end the US mission in Afghanistan. Following this, Taliban fighters increased the pace of their offensive and on 15 August gained complete control of Kabul within several hours without a fight. As a result, the Afghan President, Ashraf Ghani, resigned and fled the country. The appalling situation in Afghanistan resulted in thousands of refugees leaving the country. Not only neighboring Afghanistan, but also European countries and the United States became host countries.

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Justin Trudeau, Canada, Taliban, Head of Government, Afghan Refugees, Migration Policy

Canada will accept 40,000 refugees after the Taliban* comes to power in Afghanistan, according to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The head of the government said this on Wednesday.

“Canada welcomes 40,000 refugees and we urge others to extend their support for the safe resettlement of refugees,” Trudeau wrote on Twitter.

Against the backdrop of the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan, Canada agreed in August to protect and take 20,000 Afghans threatened by the Taliban into the country. It was primarily Afghans who contributed to the work of the Canadian government in Afghanistan, as well as the most vulnerable groups of the population, including activists, human rights defenders, journalists, persecuted religious minorities, representatives of the LGBT movement, and family members. Already settled interpreters.

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The situation in Afghanistan escalated after US President Joe Biden announced in April his decision to end the US mission in Afghanistan. Following this, Taliban fighters increased the pace of their offensive and on 15 August gained complete control of Kabul within several hours without a fight. As a result, the Afghan President, Ashraf Ghani, resigned and fled the country. The appalling situation in Afghanistan resulted in thousands of refugees leaving the country. Not only neighboring Afghanistan, but also European countries and the United States of America became host countries.

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Millions of Afghan refugees and internally displaced people

Of the 2.6 million Afghan refugees (as of the end of 2020), nearly 90 percent (over 2.2 million) live as Lodged According to the UN refugee agency UNHCR, refugees in neighboring countries Pakistan (over 1.4 million) and Iran (780,000). Of these, more than one lakh are children below 14 years of age. Three quarters of the refugees there are under the age of 25. In Europe, asylum seekers from Afghanistan make up the largest group of newcomers, ahead of refugees from Syria, it said. As of the end of 2020, there were 2.9 million people living in Afghanistan as internally displaced persons in their own country.

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