On Tuesday, the Foreign Ministry of Kazakhstan reported that authorities had approved a humanitarian transit corridor for the exit of female judges and Parliament members and their families from Afghanistan.
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According to a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the decision by Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev was made to meet the country's international humanitarian obligations.
It informed that the initiative was set up with the support of international non-governmental organizations and will make it possible for these Afghan women to travel from Almaty's airport to third countries.
The special envoy of the Kazakh president, Erzhan Kazykhan, negotiated in Kabul with representatives of the provisional Taliban government on October 17 during an official visit.
According to a TASS news agency, the Kazakh envoy agreed to provide humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, reestablish commercial and economic relations, and continuing education programs in Kazakhstan for Afghan students., according to a report by the TASS news agency.