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He is to advise his counterparts to capture up with the UKs pledge to welcome thousands of Afghan refugees and double annual aid to the country.Boris Johnson triggered the emergency situation meeting of leaders of the G7 group of sophisticated industrialised nations following the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan last week.He will chair the discussion, which is set to focus both the continuous evacuation from Kabul and the long-term future of the country.Speaking ahead of the meeting on Tuesday, the Prime Minister said: “Our first priority is to finish the evacuation of our people and those Afghans who have actually helped our efforts over the last 20 years– however as we look ahead to the next phase, its important we come together as an international community and agree a joint technique for the longer term. A generous resettlement program for Afghans is being offered (Image: Daily Express) Ministers likewise doubled the amount of annual aid to Afghanistan devoting up to ₤ 286 million with immediate effect.Mr Johnson desires dedications on a similar scale from Mr Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other leaders at the G7 top today.This afternoons conference will take place by video conference, with the basic secretaries of Nato and the United Nations also joining in.The leaders are likewise expected to sign up to a joint commitment to protect development made in Afghanistan over the last 20 years including the advances in human rights, girls education and the rights of ladies and minorities.Earlier this week the Prime Minister set out a five-point plan for dealing with the threat of a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. Biden, Merkel, Macron … Boris is going for them (Image: Getty) Opposition leaders at Westminster last night urged the Prime Minister to work for more generous support for refugees at todays summit.Labours shadow foreign secretary Lisa Nandy said: “This virtual G7 conference is a make or break test of the Prime Ministers capability to bring together worldwide partners, rise to the celebration and reveal management.

He is to prompt his counterparts to catch up with the UKs pledge to invite thousands of Afghan refugees and double annual help to the country.Boris Johnson activated the emergency situation conference of leaders of the G7 group of advanced industrialised nations following the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan last week.He will chair the discussion, which is set to focus both the ongoing evacuation from Kabul and the long-term future of the country.Speaking ahead of the conference on Tuesday, the Prime Minister stated: “Our first priority is to finish the evacuation of our people and those Afghans who have actually helped our efforts over the last 20 years– however as we look ahead to the next phase, its crucial we come together as a worldwide community and concur a joint method for the longer term. A generous resettlement programme for Afghans is being provided (Image: Daily Express) Ministers likewise doubled the amount of annual help to Afghanistan committing up to ₤ 286 million with immediate effect.Mr Johnson wants dedications on a comparable scale from Mr Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other leaders at the G7 summit today.This afternoons meeting will take location by video conference, with the general secretaries of Nato and the United Nations also signing up with in.The leaders are likewise anticipated to sign up to a joint dedication to protect progress made in Afghanistan over the last 20 years including the advances in human rights, girls education and the rights of females and minorities.Earlier this week the Prime Minister set out a five-point plan for dealing with the hazard of a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. Biden, Merkel, Macron … Boris is going for them (Image: Getty) Opposition leaders at Westminster last night prompted the Prime Minister to work for more generous support for refugees at todays summit.Labours shadow foreign secretary Lisa Nandy stated: “This virtual G7 conference is a make or break test of the Prime Ministers capability to bring together global partners, increase to the occasion and show management.” The Prime Minister spoke to Mr Biden on Monday night and they agreed to continue working on the evacuation from Afghanistan “after the initial stage” has ended.But Washington declined to dedicate to extending the August 31 deadline for the operation.White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan stated the President “continues to speak with” with Mr Johnson and other allies on “how this evacuation should proceed from here and hell eventually make the determination”.

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