Airbnb, a major U.S. vacation rental website, announced that it will provide free temporary housing for 20,000 refugees fleeing from Afghanistan, where the Taliban has seized power. ..

This was announced on the 24th by Airbnb, a major private lodging agency site headquartered in California, USA, through its website.

According to this, refugees fleeing from Afghanistan to the United States and other countries around the world will be provided with free temporary housing for 20,000 people.

The company hasn't specifically stated how long you can live in the house, but American media reports that long-term stays are possible.

"The refugee problem in Afghanistan is one of the biggest humanitarian crises today. I feel responsible for doing something," Airbnb CEO Cesky said on Twitter. I also called on him to take action.

Prior to this announcement, the United States has already secured accommodation for 165 refugees in six states, including California and Washington.