The former Marines are still working to evacuate 68 more people from Afghanistan
A former Royal Marine is still working to help evacuate 68 animal shelter staff and family members from Afghanistan after ensuring more than 150 dogs and cats arrive in the UK.
Paul “Penn” Farthing arrived at London’s Heathrow Airport on a privately funded charter flight at about 7.30am on Sunday morning, following his Operation Arc campaign to bring laborers and animals out of the country from the newborn shelter in Kabul. ۔
However, he spoke in support of the US Alliance, but said that maintaining some independence was important for the country.
Mr Farthing said: “We would like to thank the Home Office, the FCDO, the MOD and all the government for cooperating with Op Arc, and for working with them in the coming weeks. Looking forward to completing our mission and achieving these 68. People out of Afghanistan and back to safety
“While those weak staff, mostly young women, are in danger in Afghanistan, we will not rest.
“Just as the MOD needs to be left alone to continue the important work of evacuating staff and troops from Afghanistan, so we need to focus on the second and most important part of the OPC. Weight nurses.” And their children out of Kabul