The mission for the temporary accommodation of endangered persons from Afghanistan hired by NATO has been successfully completed, says Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani.
“Today, the last eight-member Afghan Ahmadzai family, previously engaged by NATO, left North Macedonia, thus successfully completing the mission of providing temporary accommodation for the Afghans who were taken from the Bechtel base in Kosovo.
During their stay in North Macedonia, they were provided with continuous help and support, as a result of efficient and broad inter-institutional cooperation, and with a great commitment from the Red Cross, for which I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to everyone involved in the successful implementation of the entire process.
By providing temporary refuge to a total of 68 Afghans, we once again proved ourselves as a credible NATO partner and contributed to the release of the Alliance’s forces engaged in the “Bechtel” base in Kosovo and for them to operate in full capacity on the Eastern flank, in the context of the threats that they are coming to the member states in that part, as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine,” informed Osmani.
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