Sunday, September 19

Facebook assures that it transferred Afghan citizens to Mexico | Digital Trends Spanish

In an article published by Axios, Facebook reported that it would have helped to transfer 175 Afghan citizens from Afghanistan to Mexico, after the Taliban seized power.

According to the statement delivered to the site, among the people mobilized there would be some of the company’s employees.

For their part, Mexican authorities have confirmed that the flight was carrying independent journalists and activists along with their families, including 75 children.

“In the process of helping Facebook employees and close associates leave Afghanistan, we joined an effort to help a group of journalists and their families who were in grave danger,” said a spokesperson for the social network.

“Thanks to the leadership of the Mexican Government and the support of the United Arab Emirates to provide the initial landing, journalists have been welcomed in Mexico”.

The Mexican government issued a statement confirming that the group of 175 Afghan citizens arrived in good condition at the Mexico City International Airport.

“The group arrived on the first Egypt Air flight to land in Mexico, thanks to the work carried out by the Mexican embassies in Iran, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt, with the invaluable help of the Egyptian Government,” explained the Mexican authorities.

In recent weeks, several international organizations have joined forces to mobilize the largest number of Afghan residents from their country, which is experiencing a situation of anguish after the arrival of the Taliban to power.

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