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Over 200 Afghan families deported from Iran, Pakistan in a day

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

Officials in the High Commission for Migrant Affairs state that more than two hundred Afghan migrant families have returned to the country after being deported by Iran and Pakistan.

According to the report, on Sunday, May 11, the returnees from Iran and Pakistan came on Friday.

The High Commission for Migrant Affairs says the returnees returned to the country through the Torkham, Spin Boldak, Pul-e Abrisham, and Islam Qala crossings.

This occurs as Pakistan and Iran have recently increased the deportation of Afghan citizens, and daily, hundreds of Afghan migrants, including families and single individuals, enter the country through various crossings.

Pakistan and Iran always cite the main reason for the deportation of Afghan migrants as the lack of legal documents required to reside in Pakistan and Iran.

Meanwhile, Afghanistan is currently facing a dire humanitarian crisis, exacerbated by continuous political instability and conflict. The return of these families comes when the nation is grappling with severe food shortages and limited access to medical care.

Many regions are struggling with inadequate humanitarian aid, making the reintegration of deportees even more challenging.

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