Kabul – The US Department of State has announced that the US has employed a new representative for better coordination of their colleague’s withdrawal process from Afghanistan, and for their resettlement to America as well.
On Tuesday, October 12, a statement was published by the US State that Elizabeth Jones has been appointed as the new coordinator of the Afghan-American transfer process instead of the former US ambassador, John Bass to Afghanistan.
As the new coordinator, Elizabeth Jones will oversee the complete process of Afghan-American colleagues’ withdrawal, according to the US State.
Jones has previously served as a foreign service officer in Kabul and as the US Deputy Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, and he has been the US ambassador to Kazakhstan for a while as well.
In his new mission, Elizabeth will focus on the facilitation of the withdrawal process and resettlement of the US colleagues.
The efficient coordination with international partners, communicating along with the Senate members of the US, and media will be another part of Jone’s responsibilities.
Earlier, the former ambassador of the US to Afghanistan, John Bass, was responsible for the US and its Afghan colleagues’ process of withdrawal.