U.S. in Talks With Suriname to Take Afghans Stranded in Kosovo

WASHINGTON—American officers are in talks to ship the remaining Afghans held at a U.S. base in Kosovo to the tiny South American nation of Suriname, after they failed to satisfy entry necessities for admission to the U.S., in keeping with individuals acquainted with the discussions.

The Suriname ambassador to the U.S. confirmed that talks with the U.S. had been at a preliminary stage, and the nation was contemplating whether or not to maneuver ahead. “We are considering it,” Ambassador Marten Schalkwijk stated, including that the nation would appoint a crew to deal with the talks if vital.