Afghan citizens fleeing from country are now facing uncertainty in the United States and other Western countries.
According to researchers and analysts, the Afghan refugees are now facing uncertainty as most countries are refusing to grant them political asylum and other facilities.
British newspaper The Guardian reports that Afghans who recently arrived in the UK after fleeing the Taliban came to power, express doubt about the success of the British government's Afghan resettlement program, Operation Warm Welcome.
A historian stressed that Europe must see to the world that it is not running away from its responsibilities.
Nusrat Syed, a researcher on Afghan refugees in the Netherlands, said European countries were now reluctant to grant political asylum to Afghans whose country had invested billions in security.
Another resesrcher said that thousands of Afghans were expected to be resettled in the United States, political figures are using the issue of new refugees as a political weapon against each other.