Kosovo President: ‘Afghanistan scene can’t be stood by and watched’

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “Kosovo President: ‘Afghanistan scene can’t be stood by and watched'” – below is their description.

The President of Kosovo says accepting Afghan refugees is what is needed for those who need to escape right now before the same people can in future attempt to apply to enter the US.

Vjosa Osmani told Sky News that some Kosovo nationals have been evacuated from the Taliban as evacuations continue.

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