Ukrainian general explained why Afghan refugees cannot be accepted

General Mogilev: Ukraine cannot feed either Afghan refugees or its citizens

The Ukrainian authorities have promised to accept 5,000 refugees from Afghanistan at a time when they do not have enough money to feed their own citizens. The former Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Colonel-General Anatoly Mogilev stated this on the air of the 112 Ukraine TV channel.

According to him, the government is going to allocate about 700 million hryvnias from budget funds for these purposes.
“We do not provide anything for our settlers from Donbass and Crimea, and we accept dozens of people from a country with a military conflict without any documents at all,” the serviceman noted, adding that this increases the likelihood of terrorist accomplices entering Ukraine.

Mogilev called the decision to admit refugees a “beautiful gesture” by Vladimir Zelensky before his visits to Washington, but in reality, the country lacks funds for pensions or salaries for teachers and doctors.

The Taliban * entered Kabul on August 15 and announced the end of the war the next day. On the night of August 31, the US military left the capital’s airport, ending the nearly 20-year US military presence in Afghanistan. On September 6, the Taliban announced that Panjshir, the last of 34 Afghan provinces, had come under their control.

The next day, the composition of the interim government of Afghanistan was announced. It will be headed by Mohammad Hasan Akhund, who served as foreign minister during the first Taliban * and is under UN sanctions.

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