Blinken: State Dept in 'constant contact' with Americans still in Afghanistan
- United States
He told reporters at the State Department that most of those remaining are dual nationals whose homes are in Afghanistan and whose extended families live there. He also described the department's efforts since President Joe Biden took office in January to speed the processing of special visas for Afghans who worked with U.S. forces during the 20-year war, thousands of whom are still in the country.
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