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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (File Photo)

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will convene an emergency session in Parliament this week, currently on recess for the summer holidays, to discuss Afghanistan after President Ashraf Ghani left the country and Islamic fundamentalists negotiate. a transitional government.

According to the British private news agency Press Association and Sky News, which cite a Downing Street source, there were already ongoing discussions with the Speaker of the House of Commons, Lindsay Hoyle, to determine the day that the MPs in London, at the request of the Head of Government.

The Taliban, who took over almost all of northern Afghanistan last week, took power after an astonishingly fast military campaign that brought them to the gates of Kabul, the isolated and besieged capital, where the insurgents received the order not to enter.

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