In an exclusive interview with DW’s Conflict Zone, former Afghan minister Hasina Safi criticized the international community for the “inconsiderate” and “very hasty” withdrawal from Afghanistan.
“They came together, they left together,” she said. “Now, where does Afghanistan stand?”
Safi also described to host Tim Sebastian the “uncertainty” and “horror” she felt during the Taliban takeover and what it means for her and her family to have fled Afghanistan and now live as refugees in London.
What would it take for her to consider going home?
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01:05 “Uncertainty” and “horror” in Afghanistan
03:25 Are the Taliban more brutal and more cruel than they used to be?
04:15 Hasina Safi: “We will all fight it till the last drop of our blood”
08:15 The international community’s “hasty departure” from Afghanistan
09:40 Where does Afghanistan stand now?
12:00 Hasina Safi: “The people of Afghanistan did not deserve what happened
13:50 Hasina Safi: “The world has forgotten Afghanistan”
15:30 Long-term programs for Afghanistan
16:05 Should the Taliban be recognized internationally?
17:30 Accountability in Afghanistan
19:30 On Taliban fighting corruption: “Of course they did something good”
20:00 Hasina Safi’s experience as a refugee
21:30 Hasina Safi: “Of course I am hopeful”
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