2つのアフガニスタン難民申請書 3,000 4月から処理

アフガニスタンのビザの惨めさ 3,000 have been processed since April and backlog now stands at 23,000

  • Backlog of 23,000 applications under Afghan relocations and assistance policy
  • Staff working on ARAP scheme have been slashed by a quarter since December
  • The Labour shadow defence secretary accused ministers of ‘failing Afghans
  • Only two of 3,000 applications for refuge by Afghans who worked for Britain have been processed since April.

    There is now a backlog of 23,000 applications under the Afghan relocations and assistance policy (ARAP), the Ministry of Defence confirmed.

    It was set up to help people who had worked for UK military or government, and whose lives were in danger after last summer’s タリバン 買収.

    のみ 23 per cent of applications have been processed, figures uncovered by the 労働党 明らかに.

    And staff working on the scheme have been slashed by a quarter since December, 報告されたタイムズ.

    Only two of 3,000 applications for refuge by Afghans who worked for Britain have been processed since April, 新しい数字は示しています. (写真: Evacuees walk to be processed at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, 8月 25, 2021)

    Only two of 3,000 applications for refuge by Afghans who worked for Britain have been processed since April, 新しい数字は示しています. (写真: Evacuees walk to be processed at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, 8月 25, 2021)

    国防相ジェイムズ・ヒーピー (写真) said more resources would be put into ARAP in the coming weeks

    国防相ジェイムズ・ヒーピー (写真) said more resources would be put into ARAP in the coming weeks

    Armed Forces minister James Heappey said more resources would be put into ARAP in the coming weeks.

    彼は言った: ‘The pace of decision-making has started to slow down as we’ve increasingly received legal challenges.

    But John Healey, Labour’s shadow defence secretary, 前記: ‘Ministers are failing Afghans who supported our armed forces.

    ‘The backlog of applications stalled in the system is ballooning.

    ‘The Government is simply not dealing with ARAP applications fast enough, while Afghans who worked alongside UK personnel are at grave risk from the Taliban.