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Japan evacuates all staff from its embassy in Afghanistan

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Robert Frank
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The Japanese Foreign Ministry announced the evacuation of all employees from its embassy in the Afghan capital, Kabul, amid the deteriorating security situation in Afghanistan after the Taliban took control of the country.

The ministry said that 12 Japanese embassy employees arrived in Dubai on a military plane.

For his part, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said – at a press conference – “Securing the safety of Japanese citizens is our top priority, and we will closely cooperate with relevant countries including the United States with our national interests in mind.”

“The reconstruction of Afghanistan remains of paramount importance to peace and stability in the region and the international community,” Suga added

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