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- Updated on 15th October 2021, at 11:20 pm -
(Latest additions: in the points II.A, V & VI, the passages marked in bold)

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This page is intended to provide information for Afghans who want to seek asylum in France and for Afghans living in France who want to be joined by their families that are still in Afghanistan.

This page is designed for those people, relatives and activists assisting them.

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  1. BEING EVACUATED FROM AFGHANISTAN AND COMING TO FRANCE
    1. FROM AFGHANISTAN
      1. CONTACTING THE CRISIS CENTRE (CDC) OF HE FRENCH TMINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
        [ Focus 1: Beware of fake email addresses ]
      2. THE SPECIFIC CASE OF FAMILY MEMBERS NEEDING TO BE EVACUATED FROM AFGHANISTAN AND "RELOCATED" TO FRANCE
    2. FROM OTHER COUNTRIES: INDIA, IRAN...
      [ Focus 2: The emergency units in other States ]
      [ Focus 3: Immediate humanitarian assistance needed on the ground in Afghanistan? ]
      [ Focus 4: You fear being targeted by the Taliban because of the views you have expressed online? ]

  2. APPLYING FOR A VISA FOR FRANCE
    1. WHICH FRENCH EMBASSY SHOULD YOU GO TO ?
    2. ACCESSING EMBASSIES ABROAD
    3. REGISTRATION YOUR VISA APPLICATION FOR FRANCE
      1. THE GENERAL VISA APPLICATION PROCEDURE
      2. SUBMITTING SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR A SHORt-STAY VISA (visa C)
      3. APPLYING FOR A VISA FROM IRAN
      4. APPLYING FOR A VISA FROM INDIA
      5. APPLYING FOR A VISA FROM OTHER COUNTRIES
        [ Focus 5: Specific provisions for Afghan journalists and human rights defenders ]

  3. APPLYING FOR ASYLUM WHEN IN FRANCE
    1. FOR THE AFGHANS EVACUATED BY FRANCE
    2. FOR THE AFGHANS WHO ARRIVED IN FRANCE THROUGH THEIR OWN MEANS

  4. USEFUL RESOURCES
    1. FOR PEOPLE FEELING AFGHANISTAN
    2. FOR PEOPLE HELPING IN FRANCE
    3. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ADMINISTRATIVE SITUATION OF AGHANS IN FRANCE

  5. OPINIONS PIECES AND VARIOUS INITIATIVES
    1. GOVERNMENTS AND EUROPEAN OR INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
    2. ASSOCIATIONS, COLLECTIVES AND OTHER CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS

  6. PRESS ARTICLES
    1. SITUATION IN AFGHANISTAN
      1. GRADUAL AND PARTIAL RESUMPTION OF FLIGHTS AND EVACUATIONS
      2. BY GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS
      3. PERSECUTED GROUPS AND VIOLENCE
      4. HUMANITARIAN CRISIS
    2. INFORMATION ON NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES
      1. IRAN
      2. UZBÉKISTAN
      3. PAKISTAN
      4. TADJIKISTAN
      5. TURKMENISTAN
      6. TURKEY
    3. PATH OF EXILE
    4. EUROPEAN UNION
      1. FRANCE
      2. OTHER EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES

I. BEING EVACUATED FROM AFGHANISTAN AND COMING TO FRANCE

I.A. FROM AFGHANISTAN

I.A.1. CONTACTING THE CRISIS CENTRE (CDC) OF THE FRENCH MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

The evacuations from the Kaboul airport organised by France have now ended.

The crisis cell (CDC) set up by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs to register all the people that need to be evacuated, can now only be reached by email :

  • alertes.cdc@diplomatie.gouv.fr
    [ATTENTION: the mail must not weigh more than 10485760 bytes, i.e. 10MB, which means 8MB of attachments maximum. Do not hesitate to compress your attachments]

    We strongly recommend that you keep a copy of all emails sent to and received from the crisis cell.

The crisis cell can no longer be reached by telephone. If you do call the (+33) 01 53 59 11 10 or (+33) 01 43 17 51 00, you will invited to consult the "service public" website.
For the specific case of Afghans already in France asking for a family reunification / reunion for family members still in Afghanistan (spouse and minor children), you will be asked to write an e-mail to rfapagan@interieur.gouv.fr.

- Focus 1 -

WARNING : For security reasons, make sure you only send an e-mail to the governmental address.

Many fake email adresses that are extremely similar to the governmental one are being shared on social media and within support networks. For example email addresses terminating with "gmail" or "hotmail" have been circulating. Those are not official email addresses !

The only address to which you should send any information to the hotline is alertes.cdc@diplomatie.gouv.fr

People who can ask to be evacuated:

  • Priority [1] is given to:
    • people who have worked with France: ex-auxiliaries, interpreters…
    • people fearing persecution in Afghanistan for defending human rights, being engaged in civil society, artists and intellectuals
  • Family members of Afghan nationals exiled in France are not guaranteed to be evacuated as they are not prioritised. They can still try to reach out to the crisis and support center.

In any case, it is imperative to send an e-mail with :

  • For the people in Afghanistan that need to be evacuated: names, date of birth, passport number and identity card number (tazkira), telephone, email address.
  • For the people helping from France : names, telephone, email address
  • Fears of persecution for the person to be evacuated. For example :if the person has worked for France, for NGOs or media, if the person is part of an ethnic minority, if the person is a single woman, …

You should specify the person’s situation (for example: journalist, family of a refugee in France, ...) in the email subject.

You can attach any justification / proof attesting your story to your email.

Warning : you might receive an error email « message too large » if your files are too big. In that case, you can compress your files into a zip folder. If you do not receive an error message, the email has been sent.

You do not need to be the person that needs to be evacuated to contact the Crisis Center : volunteers, associations and families can call to declare the people that need to be evacuated.


I.A.2. THE SPECIFIC CASE OF FAMILY MEMBERS NEEDING TO BE EVACUATED FROM AFGHANISTAN AND "RELOCATED" TO FRANCE

Families of Afghans’ living in France are not prioritised by the Ministry of European Foreign Affairs for evacuations, and this is the case whatever the status of the person living in France is : refugee protection, subsidiary humanitarian protection, asylum seeker, any other residence card. Hence it is absolutely not guaranteed that your family will be evacuated and “relocated” to France.

However, the Ministry of European and Foreign Affairs has communicated that they will take into account all cases.

You need to send an email to : alertes.cdc@diplomatie.gouv.fr

In the email, you need to mention :

  • names, date of birth, telephone and email address of the person in France
  • OFPRA status of the person in France (refugee, subsidiary humanitarian protection, other residence cards, asylum seeker)
  • you should precise if you have already entered a family reunification procedure for your minor children or your spouse
  • name, first name, date of birth, passport number, ID number (tazkira), telephone number and email address of the family in Afghanistan
  • explanations on the family link between the person in France and their family in Afghanistan (spouse, children…)
  • the situation of the family in Afghanistan and any specific risk of persecution / danger faced by them )

In the email subject, you should clearly specify the situation of the person to be evacuated. For example: evacuation of the spouse and the children of a refugee having started a reunification procedure”.
If you have started the family reunification procedure, you should specify it in the subject of them email.

You should attach to your email :

  • For the afghan person in France: a copy of the residence card (ADA, récépissé, any residence card)
  • For the family in Afghanistan: IDs or passports of your family members
  • Documents establishing the family link (optional), for example: family record book, OFPRA documents
  • If you had already entered a family reunification procedure, any proof could be useful: visa application deposit, the France-visas registration receipt, convocation by the French consular authorities

If you have want information on your pending family reunion or reunification application’s status, you can contact : rfapagan@interieur.gouv.fr

- Focus 2 -

Other countries have also set up crisis cells to facilitate the evacuation of people in Afghanistan. All countries have ceased evacuating.

Contacts of the crisis cells :

  • Germany: 040.krise16@diplo.de / +49 (0) 30-1817-1000 / +49 (0) 30-5000-1000
  • Canada: IRCC.SituationAfghanistan.IRCC@cic.gc.ca
  • India : +91 971 778 5379, + 91 11 49016783, +91 11 49016784, +91 11 49016785, MEAHelpdeskIndia@gmail.com, SituationRoom@mea.gov.in
  • Netherlands: kabul@minbuza.nl / +31 24 724 7247
  • United Kingdom: localstaff-afghanistan@mod.gov.uk / +93 (0) 792 907 303
  • United States: KabulACS@state.gov / + 1-202-501-4444 / +1-888-407-4747

You can find more information on this page of the welcome.cms.hr website.

We strongly recommend that you keep a copy of all emails sent to / received from those emergency cells.

- Focus 3 -

If you are still in Afghanistan and need immediate humanitarian assistance, you can contact these organizations:

- Focus 4 -

ARE YOU WORRIED ABOUT BEING TARGETED BY TALIBANS FOR OPINIONS YOU HAVE EXPRESSED ONLINE?

Read this guide from Human Rights First about protecting your online identity and erasing your digital footprint (in English, Dari and Pashto)

This other guide, designed by AccessNow, only addresses the digital aspect, but is more developed on that point.


I.B. FROM OTHER COUNTRIES: INDIA, IRAN...

If Afghans are out of Afghanistan (in Iran, etc.) they should directly contact the French embassy of the country they are in.

On the 5th October 2021, the French embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan updated its contact address regarding visa applications, including for Afghan nationals :

  • Appointments for OFII/OFPRA Afghan visa applications should be requested at the following address: afghans-visas-ofii-ofpra.islamabad-amba@diplomatie.gouv.fr.
  • Appointments for evacuation or asylum applications for Afghan nationals who are in Pakistan should be requested at the following address : afghans-visas-asile.islamabad-amba@diplomatie.gouv.fr.
  • Appointments for all other visa applications should be requested at the following address : aegfrenchvisa@aeg.com.pk.


II. APPLYING FOR A VISA FOR FRANCE

To apply for any visa, an application must be registered on the website: https://france-visas.gouv.fr
You will then be granted an appointment to submit the visa application.

II.A. WHICH FRENCH EMBASSY SHOULD YOU GO TO ?

II.A.1. IN AFGHANISTAN

In order to apply for a visa to come to France, the French embassy in Kabul is usually the competent one in Afghanistan. However, it is closed to foreigners and has been relocated within the airport. The Embassy security station can be contacted on: +93 700 28 40 32.

The passport office in Kabul reopened last week, and started issuing travel documents again. It is an important first step, as the Talibans declared they would let travel those with visas. Although one must remain careful regarding the situation, having a valid passport is useful, even if travel options are scarce in the moment.

II.A.2. IN OTHER COUNTRIES

The Islamabad embassy in Pakistan is opened again, as written here on I.B.

However, you still can go to the French embassy in other countries, for example in :

  • New Delhi: +91 (11) 4319 6100 / +91 (11) 4319 6250
  • Tehran: +98 21 64 09 40 00


II.B. ACCESSING EMBASSIES ABROAD

To travel to Iran, to India or any other country, Afghan citizens need to have a visa.

II.B.1. INDIA

India has set up a new type of e-visa "e-Emergency X-Misc Visa" for Afghan citizens. It is available to Muslims and is a 6 month visa.
Applications should be done online.
Note that you necessarily need to have a passport toto apply for this visa.


II.B.2. OTHER COUNTRIES

Contact the French embassy in that country.


II.C. REGISTERING YOUR VISA APPLICATION FOR FRANCE AT THE EMBASSY OR CONSULATE

II.C.1. THE GENERAL VISA APPLICATION PROCEDURE

The classic procedure for applying for a visa applies :

  • registration of your application on the online portal france-visas
  • requesting an appointment
  • In person appointment at the embassy (or the consulate or VFS centre) to submit your application
  • decision

When registering your application on France-visa, you have to select which type of visa you are applying for. For example, you can choose between: family or personal visit, asylum, tourism, professional reasons...

The asylum visa (visa D) falls under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Interior (Homeland department), which can consult the OFPRA in order to decide whether to grant you this visa or not. However, this type of visa is rarely granted.


II.C.2. SUBMITTING SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR A SHORt-STAY VISA (visa C)

For all short-stay visas (for e.g.: family visit, private reasons, business, tourism) many supporting documents are required.

However, the following categories are exempted from providing such justification:

  • Foreigners joining their spouses legally living in France
  • Minors joining their parents, if they are allowed to stay in France
  • Those to whom exemptions were granted by the consulate of their residing country

All others need to provide justification:

  • A confirmation of reception (attestation de reception) : this attestation must be written by the person intending to host the visitor, in the township where they stay. The host must therefore personally go to the town hall, with an identification and a proof of residence.
    The document must specify : identity of the signatory, personal address of the host and place of residence for the foreigner, identity and nationality of the foreigner, date of arrival and departure, familial relation (if there is one), features of the place of residence, commitment by the host to provide for the foreigner’s expenses during his or her stay.
  • The means of existence : the administration requires resources equals to the daily minimal wage (70 euros per day) multiplied by the number of days planned. This level is reduced by half if the certificate of reception is provided.
    If one cannot satisfy this condition, the host must indicate to their township that they can take charge of all expenses during the stay (70 euros per days multiplied).
  • An insurance covering all medical expenses (including hospital bills) that covers a cost up to a minimum of 30.000 euros.


II.C.3. APPLYING FOR A VISA FROM IRAN

For a visa application in Teheran you must send an email to the address afghan-visas.teheran@diplomatie.gouv.fr. You will then be required to fill in an excel spreadsheet and a form, which you will then return by email.

An appointment will then be taken with the service provider VFS (prestataire VFS).
Each applicant must show up physically to appointment, including children.
To book an appointment one, an email must be sent to iran.apptfrance@vfshelpline.com with the following piece of information :

  • Name and surname
  • Reference number of your France-visa file
  • Passport number
  • Expiration date of the passport
  • Gender
  • Date of Birth
  • Family reunification
  • Studies
  • Schengen Visa
  • Phone Number
  • Email address

Should one information be missing, the appointment would not be granted.

For more information : https://visa.vfsglobal.com/irn/fr/fra/interim-page


II.C.4. APPLYING FOR A VISA FROM INDIA

To apply for a visa (in particular family reunification) you must contact the VFS service provider in New Delhi :

  • info.francein@vfshelpline.com
  • +91 -22-6786-6014 // +91 -22-6201-8418

For more information on the VFS center :
https://france-visas.gouv.fr/web/in/a-qui-sadresser#Delhi or
https://visa.vfsglobal.com/ind/en/fra/interim

For more information on applying for a visa for France from India: https://in.ambafrance.org/Demander-un-visa-pour-la-France-en-Inde-15101


II.C.5. APPLYING FOR A VISA FROM OTHER COUNTRIES

You need to get in touch with the French embassy or consulate of the country.

- Focus 5 -

AFGHAN JOURNALISTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS : SPECIFIC PROCEDURES FOR EVACUATIONS OR VISAS TOWARDS FRANCE AND OTHER COUNTRIES


FRANCE

Who: France said it will prioritise evacuating “members of the Afghan civil society, human rights defenders, artists and journalists particularly at risk because of their commitments [...] to freedom”.
Jean Yves Le Drian’s talk on the 15th august 2021

How : See above for an evacuation. You should contact the Ministry of Forreign Affairs’ crisis and support center.


PAKISTAN

Who: journalists and people having worked for NGOs

How : Accelerated visas are being issued. Those visas are only useful for people who are normally eligible to enter Pakistan.
You need to get in touch with the Pakistani embassy in Kabul to apply for a visa.
You will need a passport or ID.

Contacts :

  • The press counselor : 00923222807683 (Whatsapp)
  • Assistance with visas : (+93) 70 072 8627
  • Visa officer : (+93) 78 632 4769
  • Embassy of Pakistan in Kabul : (+93) 70 730 0900


CANADA

Evacuation from Afghanistan

Who : People who have worked with a canadian NGO

How : Send an email to the address: Canada-Afghanistan@international.gc.ca in order to obtain an eligibility reference for the evacuation from Afghanistan by the Global Affairs Canada (GAC) You must attach to the email: a support letter from the NGO you have worked with + canadian references of the same NGO If the GAC considers you eligible, your case will be transferred to the IRCC The IRCC will reach you in order to obtain more informations for a possible evacuation

Reinstallation from a third country of Afghanistan

Who :Aafghan nationals outside Afghanistan without any durable solution in a third country ; only journalists and people who assisted Canadian journalists, women leaders, human rights advocates, persecuted religious minorities, LGBTI individuals, immediate family members of one of the above. This only concerns Afghans with significant ties to Canada.

Program: Humanitarian program for Afghan nationals in need of resettlement

More information: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/refugees/afghanistan/how.html


NETHERLANDS

Who: people who have worked for human rights projects funded by European countries

How : Send an email to kabul@minibuza (a ministry of foreign affairs branch)
You should mention : your email address and phone number, all personal details (names, date of birth, passport number or ID number…) and an explanation of your situation and work for human rights organisations.
You should attach any proof of your work.

Contacts : Ministry of foreign affairs hotline regarding Afghanistan

  • kabul@minbuza.nl
  • +31 247 247 247
  • (WhatsApp) +31 6 82388055


UK

Who: journalists and employees of British media; members of the Afghan civil society especially people having worked on women’s rights; employees of NGOS, charities and humanitarian organisations

How : You can apply to the Afghan relocations and assistance policy (ARAP) programme.
This can only be done in an embassy outside of Afghanistan.
An online form needs to be filled in (this link is taken from the government’s webpage cited below).

More information : «Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy: further information on eligibility criteria and offer details» (gov.uk)

Contacts :

  • Hotline : +44 (0)2475 389980, 24/24h. When you call, prepare : names, ID numbers, work history, passport can, work identification, tazkira number
  • Afghan Threat and Risk Evaluation Unit (ATREU) in charge of evaluating your ARAP application : LocalStaff-Afghanistan@mod.gov.uk 


US

Who : people having worked for american NGOs and journalists (not necessarily for american media)

What : the US Refugee Assistance Program (USRAP)
Visa you need to ask for : Priority 2 (P-2)
This visa application can only be made at American embassies outside of _ Afghanistan. Note that the embassy in Iran is closed.
You will need to obtain a work verification form from the media or NGO.

More information : on the Worldwide Refugee Admissions Processing System and the US Department of State’s websites

ORGANISATIONS PROVIDING ASSISTANCE TO JOURNALISTS AND MEDIA STAFF IN AFGHANISTAN

  • Committee to Protect Journalists : emergencies@cpj.org
  • Coalition for Women in Journalism (whatever the gender of the person) : safety@womeninjournalism.org
  • The Journalists in Distress network : which includes Article 19, Front Line Defenders, Human Rights Watch, Reporters without borders and others...


III. APPLYING FOR ASYLUM WHEN IN FRANCE

III.A. FOR THE AFGHANS EVACUATED BY FRANCE

Monday the 30th of August, the OFII has opened a specific single-desk contact point (guichet unique, GUDA) at the Paris prefecture so that the 2 500 afghans who were evacuated from Afghanistan after the Talibans took over Afghanistan the 15th of August can submit their asylum claim.

The people evacuated by France have directly been orientated to this single-desk contact point by the OFII that contacted them personally upon their arrival in France.

Approximately 20 employees have been put in charge of registering those claims. In order to facilitate getting an appointment at the Paris prefecture, specific time slots have been set up. For the Afghans who have been evacuated and relocated outside of Paris, the prefectures of those cities should also set up specific time slots to register their asylum claims.

The Afghans evacuated by France are being placed in the normal procedure but their application will be examined faster.
Their asylum seeker certificate should mention "Evacuation Afghanistan".

All evacuated Afghans have the right to a monthly state allowance throughout the whole examination of their procedure.


III.B. FOR THE AFGHANS WHO ARRIVED IN FRANCE THROUGH THEIR OWN MEANS

For all Afghan citizens who fled Afghanistan, joined France through their own means and want to seek asylum in France, no specific procedure has been announced

You can find more information on how to seek asylum in our page on asylum rights:


IV. USEFUL RESOURCES

IV.A. FOR PEOPLE FEELING AFGHANISTAN


IV.B. FOR PEOPLE HELPING IN FRANCE


IVC. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ADMINISTRATIVE SITUATION OF AGHANS IN FRANCE


V. OPINIONS PIECES AND VARIOUS INITIATIVES

V.A. GOVERNMENTS AND EUROPEAN OR INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS


V.B. ASSOCIATIONS, COLLECTIVES AND OTHER CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS

Opinion pieces and initiatives from collectives, associations, unions, etc. to provide direct material or financial assistance to Afghan people at risk outside of France or in France.

  • «Tribune - Afghanistan : ’Il est essentiel de mettre en place un protocole d’évacuation juste, digne, adapté et sans danger pour les familles qui y ont droit’https://www.lemonde.fr/idees/articl...», Le Monde, 1 sept. 2021
  • «Appel de Negar - Soutien aux femmes d’Afghanistan», August 10, 2021. The organization for the Support of the Women of Afghanistan launches a solemn appeal to feminist activists in France, Europe, Asia, America and Australia, as well as to all human rights defenders, to mobilize in support of Afghanistan and its most threatened populations, women and children..


VI. PRESS ARTICLES

VI.A. SITUATION IN AFGHANISTAN


VI.A.1 GRADUAL AND PARTIAL RESUMPTION OF FLIGHTS AND EVACUATIONS

The Afghan national airline Ariana Afghan Airlines resumed domestic flights on 4 September 2021 (and announced to resume international flights by the end of September). Two charter flights by Qatar Airways evacuated nearly 200 people via Doha on 9 and 10 September. On 13 September a first ever international commercial flight, by Pakistan International Airlines, landed at Kabul airport, joined by Mahan Air and Kam Air for special flights between Kabul and Islamabad.


VI.A.2 BY GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS

VI.A.2.a KABUL

- A safe area after the 31th August?


- The Evacuation (15/8→31/8)


VI.A.2.b THE OTHER PARTS OF THE COUNTRY

VI.A.3 PERSECUTED GROUPS AND VIOLENCE

  • «Afghanistan: thousands stranded in Kabul as Taliban go door-to-door», par Hannah Ellis-PEtersen, The Guardian, 20 August 2021, sur la situation actuelle à l’aéroport et les personnes qui sont déjà poursuivies par les talibans : journalistes, minorité Hazara, personnes ayant travaillé pour l’ancien gouvernement et les gouvernements occidentaux

VI.A.4 HUMANITARIAN CRISIS


VI.B. INFORMATION ON NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES


VI.B.1. IRAN


VI.B.2. UZBEKISTAN


VI.B.3. PAKISTAN


VI.B.4. TADJIKISTAN


VI.B.5. TURKMENISTAN


VI.B.6. TURKEY


VI.C. PATH OF EXILE (Situation of Afghans and Reception Conditions in Other Countries of the World)


VI.D. EUROPEAN UNION


VI.D.1. FRANCE


VI.D.2. OTHER EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES

V.D.2.a. Austria


V.D.2.b. Croatie


V.D.2.c. Germany


V.D.2.d. Grèce


VI.D.2.e. Pologne


V.D.2.f. Spain


VI.D.2.g. United Kingdom


Footnotes

[1Jean-Yves Le Drian, Ministre français de l’Europe et des affaires étrangères: «Malgré l’accélération des événements, la France entend faire le maximum pour continuer de mettre en protection les personnalités de la société civile afghane, défenseurs des droits, artistes et journalistes particulièrement menacés pour leur engagement.», communiqué du 15 August 2021;
Emmanuel Macron, Président de la République Française: «De nombreux afghans, défenseurs des droits, artistes, journalistes, militants, sont aujourd’hui menacés en raison de leur engagement. Nous les aiderons parce que c’est l’honneur de la France d’être aux côtés de celles et ceux qui partagent nos valeurs, autant que nous pourrons le faire et en tenant compte de la nécessaire adaptation de notre dispositif. Je remercie les associations, collectifs et communes qui aideront à leur accueil.», allocution du 16 August 2021

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