The UK is in talks with the Taliban to make sure Britons can safely go away Afghanistan, the federal government has stated.
Its particular consultant for Afghan transition, Simon Gass, has met senior members of the hardline Islamist group in Doha, Qatar.
Additionally they mentioned protected passage for Afghans who’ve labored with the UK during the last 20 years.
A Downing Avenue spokesperson stated: “The prime minister’s particular consultant for Afghan transition, Simon Gass, has travelled to Doha and is assembly with senior Taliban representatives to underline the significance of protected passage out of Afghanistan for British nationals, and people Afghans who’ve labored with us over the previous 20 years.”
It comes as Overseas Secretary Dominic Raab admitted it will be a “challenge” for Britons left in Afghanistan to find a route to the UK.
He informed Sky Information the variety of Britons who had not been flown out as a part of the now-finished UK evacuation was within the “low tons of”.
Mr Raab acknowledged it was “unclear” when the airport in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, would function once more and suggested those that nonetheless sought to go away the nation to discover a path to the UK through neighbouring nations.