Zaki Anwari. Remember that name.

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  1. Guarantee safe passage for Afghan civilians and contractors who engaged the US military.
  2. Create a “safe-zone” within Afghanistan where the vulnerable can remain safe while their entry to the United States is being finalized.
  3. Commit to removing quota limits for Afghan refugees.
  4. Immediate unconditional ceasefire.
  5. Invest in Afghan civil society for development and humanitarian aid.
  6. Work with regional actors and hold them accountable.
  7. Ensure that at the very least, the basic human rights of Afghans are being prioritized by holding the Taliban accountable — they must know the consequences of not doing so.



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