The Netherlands does not have to do all it can to evacuate four Afghan families from Kabul in two weeks. the we He writes that the Administrative Court mentioned this in a case brought by families against the Dutch state.
According to the judge, the Netherlands never made an official decision to evict the families, and therefore they cannot obtain any rights from him. Families say the Netherlands gave them a promise They qualify for evacuation, but after that promise they haven’t heard much from the Dutch state.
It concerns a total of seventeen people, including ten children. Three of the four families are related to a translator working for the Netherlands. She is also the sister of a Dutch veteran of Afghanistan.
They based, among other things, on Belhaj’s proposal, in which the Chamber of Deputies ordered the government to evacuate interpreters and other employees who had worked for the Netherlands in the past as quickly as possible.
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