The United States has made economic and political concessions to Pristina to accept several thousand Afghans, but Washington has concerns about the ability of officials in Pristina to do so, four unnamed US officials told Reuters.
Four US officials told Reuters that US President Joseph Biden’s administration has held secret talks with more countries than ever before, in a desperate attempt to provide temporary housing for endangered Afghans working for the US government. Was.
The agency said secret talks with Kosovo and Albania underscore the US administration’s desire to protect Afghans working for the United States from Taliban retaliation, as the process of approving their US visas ends safely. goes, the agency said.
The Biden administration is investigating whether Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan will accept thousands of candidates, but it has not made the desired progress.
The foreign affairs ministry of the temporary Pristina institutions did not respond to a request by Reuters for comment.
The British agency said the embassies of Albania, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan also did not respond to requests for comment.
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