Kabul Airport

Kabul Airport Reopens After Aid From Qatar, First UAE Plane Landed

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After the US troop withdrawal has closed Kabul operational again planes at the airport. Qatar’s ambassador to Afghanistan has confirmed this. Qatar’s Al Jazeera news channel quoted the correspondent as saying that Qatar’s ambassador to Afghanistan said the technical team was able to reopen Kabul airport and that domestic flights had resumed.

According to Al Jazeera, the ambassador said that the airport’s runway has been repaired in cooperation with the authorities in Afghanistan. The channel said that two domestic flights have been operated from Kabul to the cities of Mazar-e-Sharif and Kandahar. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has landed the first plane at the airport after being completely taken over by the Taliban. 60 tonnes of food aid have been sent from UAE in this big plane.

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said the arrival of food aid for Afghans was good news. We are grateful to the UAE. The Islamic Emirate has appealed to all countries to cooperate. Spokesman Zabihullah said the US military had damaged the airport’s runway before leaving, and it is being repaired.

Citizens fear the Taliban regime after the evacuation operation ended in late August. Thousands of people wanting to leave Afghanistan were left behind. The Taliban have promised a safe passage for those wishing to leave the country. Along with this, women and girls have also been assured to study in schools.

Qatar’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani told a joint news conference with Britain’s Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab in Doha on Thursday that the Gulf state is talking to the Taliban and plans to resume operations at Kabul airport. is working with Turkey for possible technical assistance, In fact, Qatar is a country that has good relations with both the US and the Taliban.

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