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As the evacuations from Kabul continue, it has been claimed that British embassy employees rushed to leave the country quickly, leaving behind documents detailing the names and contacts of embassy personnel, some of whom are still in Afghanistan.
As the evacuation operations carried out by the countries in Afghanistan, which was captured by the Taliban, were drawing to an end, Britain announced that it had ended the evacuations yesterday evening. Thereupon, it was noticed that the official Twitter account of the British Embassy in Kabul was shut down all of a sudden. The account opened in 2013 had more than 109 thousand followers. The London administration has not yet provided a reason for the decision.
In a written statement from the embassy, it was shared that the ongoing operations at the diplomatic mission in Kabul were “temporarily suspended due to the deterioration of the security situation.”
It was also argued that the reason for closing the page was to “clean up too quickly” data on Afghans who may have collaborated with the British government over the past 20 years.
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According to the news of the Times newspaper, it was claimed that there were documents belonging to the job applicants as well as Afghan personnel working in the British Embassy in Kabul, which is now abandoned. As a result of phone calls made with the numbers in the documents belonging to 7 Afghan embassy employees, it was understood that some of them broke up with their families at the Kabul airport.
Social media users questioned the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ inability to keep people safe after this incident and said, “Are you trying to kill people deliberately?” he reacted. Those who said this behavior of embassy staff was “stupid” argued that the first thing they should do was destroy the documents or take them with them.
It was stated that the British government did not care about the fate of neither the Afghan people nor the people under the Taliban regime, for the irresponsible laying of the documents.
A source from the government thanked the Times newspaper for sharing these documents and claimed that the personnel and their families, who were found to be outside the Kabul airport, were found and rescued. The fate of 2 people who applied for a job, which is among the documents scattered at the embassy building, is unknown.
Scandal from England! Confidential documents remained in Kabul
Source: Haber GlobalGORABET GIRIS ICIN TIKLAYIN