The Sejm, the lower house of the Polish parliament, has appealed to European institutions and the international community to express solidarity with Afghan women standing to lose their fundamental rights as the Taliban seized control of the country.
Poland has agreed to accept 500 people evacuated from Afghanistan who cooperated with Nato, Michal Dworczyk, head of the prime minister's office, told PAP.
So far, 12 Polish planes, carrying over 850 people in total, have flown out of Kabul to Poland, the evacuation of Afghans and other nationalities continues, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs tweeted on Wednesday afternoon.
The ambassador of Afghanistan to Poland has expressed gratitude to Poland and Poles for their support during the crisis caused by the Taliban takeover of Kabul.
In total, over 350 people have been evacuated from Afghanistan to Poland up until now, a Polish deputy foreign minister told a Polish public television programme on Sunday.
The prime minister has pledged support for cities willing to take refugees fleeing Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.