London. Ahead of an emergency meeting of the G7 countries to discuss the Afghanistan crisis, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the Taliban would not be judged by their words but by their actions. The UK is chairing this meeting being held online. Britain’s Prime Minister’s Office ‘Downing Street’ said that in this meeting on Tuesday, Johnson called on the leaders of the G7 countries Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States to stand with the people of Afghanistan and continue cooperation and humanitarian aid for refugees. Will ask to keep In this meeting, the Prime Minister of Britain is expected to appeal to international allies to support the protection of human rights and stability in the region and to fulfill Britain’s commitments on the rehabilitation of the needy.
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Johnson said, “Our first priority is to complete the campaign to rescue our citizens and those who have cooperated with us for the past twenty years, but as we look to the next phase, it is important that we take care of the international community.” Come together and agree for a long-term joint process.” He said, “That is why we have called an emergency meeting of G7. Together with our allies and partners, we will continue to use all humanitarian and political means to protect human rights and maintain the progress made over two decades. The Taliban will be tested by deeds rather than by their words.” The meeting will be held via video conference and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the UN Secretary-General have also been urged to attend the meeting.