EU Offers No New Pledges to Take in Afghan Refugees

European Union countries have made no new pledges to take in Afghan refugees, almost two months after the fall of Kabul to the Taliban, despite promises to provide a way for at-risk groups, especially women, to leave the country.

At a resettlement forum in Brussels on Thursday, the United Nations called on EU member states to resettle 42,500 Afghans over the next five years, a figure that EU officials called doable but wouldn’t commit to.

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