Exiled in France, the ambassador of Afghanistan campaigns so that the Afghans do not fall into oblivion

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Like other Afghans forced into exile after the Taliban took power, Afghanistan’s ambassador to France, Mohammad Homayoon Azizi, can no longer return to his country. From Paris, he continues his diplomatic work, both in supporting nationals but also with Unesco. France 24 report.

Became stateless a year ago after the Taliban came to power, Afghanistan’s ambassador to France, Mohammad Homayoon Azizi, continues his diplomatic and consular activity in Paris, where he has been recognized as the legitimate representative of his country. by the French authorities.

As Afghanistan’s representative to Unesco, he campaigns with the international community and the media so that they do not abandon Afghanistan. A year after the fall of Afghan power, many people continue to flee the country in crisis. Nearly 23 million Afghans are threatened by famine, ie 55% of the population.

This atypical consulate continues to accompany Afghan nationals and provides them with documents, but its staff is understaffed while requests are pouring in.

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