“We have been in contact with organizations in the Jesuit Refugee Service, in order to prepare ourselves in the event that there is a need for a human response. , especially the civilian victims”, he adds.
However, Jorge considers himself to be talking about a de-escalation of the crisis, although there is no sign of a de-escalation of the crisis.
Without losing sight of what may happen in the next few days in Ukraine, this official says that the priority continues to be assistance to the receptions that the country has.
“The situation in Afghanistan remains serious and worsening. And there is a need to continue to maintain the welcoming response to the people of Afghanistan.
At this time, Portugal will welcome about 300 people from Afghanistan: “we are preparing equipment that will allow the reception of about 20 families, approximately 100 people, in a new reception center that will be inaugurated at the beginning of next year”, concludes the PAR coordinator.