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Approximately 600,000 Afghans have landed in Pakistan since the Taliban’s takeover

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In the two years since the Taliban retook power of Afghanistan in 2021, around 600,000 Afghans have arrived in Pakistan

According to official government estimates, 600,000 Afghans seeking asylum have entered the nation since the Taliban reclaimed control, said UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) spokesman Qaiser Khan Afridi on Wednesday.

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“In addition to the new arrivals, Pakistan hosts 1.3 million Afghan refugees who have government-issued Proof of Registration Cards,” Afridi stated.

However, over 16,000 Afghans have returned to Afghanistan in the last two years through the UNHCR-facilitated voluntary repatriation program, he added.

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In the two years since the Taliban retook power of Afghanistan in 2021, around 600,000 Afghans have arrived in Pakistan.

According to official government estimates, 600,000 Afghans seeking asylum have entered the nation since the Taliban reclaimed control, said UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) spokesman Qaiser Khan Afridi on Wednesday.

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“In addition to the new arrivals, Pakistan hosts 1.3 million Afghan refugees who have government-issued Proof of Registration Cards,” Afridi stated.

However, over 16,000 Afghans have returned to Afghanistan in the last two years through the UNHCR-facilitated voluntary repatriation program, he added.

Pakistani authorities believed that 500,000 to 600,000 Afghans lived in the nation prior to August 20, 2021.

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