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Afghanistan Update:

Austrailia Closes Embassy in Kabul
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday that the country would close its embassy in Kabul this week. He blamed the ambiguity on the security situation after the withdrawal of US troops.

Austrailia will close their Embassy building on 28 May 2021. DFAT officials will visit Afghanistan regularly from a residential Post elsewhere in the region.
Australia is the first country to announce its decision to close its embassy in Kabul after the US decision to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan. The country now has about 80 troops in Afghanistan and is scheduled to leave the country by September this year.

In a statement made by Australia's Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, he reaffirmed that Australia's development and humanitarian commitments will be delivered in the coming years, including a bilateral development assistance commitment of $200 million over 2021-2024.
See Australia's Press Release Here
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