A Qatari plane carrying a team The technician landed in Kabul on Wednesday to discuss the resumption of navigation operations at the Afghan capital airport and to discuss the provision of assistance following the takeover of the Taliban and the withdrawal of foreign forces, according to a source familiar with the file.
“A Qatari plane carrying a team technician landed in Kabul today to discuss the resumption of operations at the airport, “the source told AFP, adding:” Although no final agreement has been reached on the provision of technical assistance, the team Qatar technician launched this discussion at the request of the other party ».
This is what a source of the “Taliban” movement said, who today confirmed to the Russian agency “Novosti” the arrival of technicians from Turkey and Qatar at the Hamid Karzai international airport in the Afghan capital, Kabul.
Activists on social media released footage today showing the landing of a Boeing C-17 aircraft with Qatar Airways markings at Hamid Karzai International Airport, and is believed to be the first aircraft to arrive in Kabul since the withdrawal of US forces from the airport.
This fits into the background of the news of consultations in course among the “Taliban”, who came to power in Afghanistan, Qatar and Turkey, in about the possibility that Doha and Ankara could take over the management of Kabul airport.
The spokesman for the “Taliban” Zabihullah Mujahid confirmed to “RIA Novosti” that most of the equipment was destroyed at the Kabul airport, noting that work has been done to deal with this damage.
Doha called on the Taliban to provide “safe passage” for those wishing to leave Afghanistan and urged that women’s rights be respected. This happens in one moment in which the Netherlands has decided to transfer its embassy in Kabul to Doha.
Qatar’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani, with the head of the Taliban’s political bureau, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar of Qatar, called on the Taliban to ensure “safe passage” for those who wish leave Afghanistan.
Qatar, which is home to Taliban leaders and plays a key role in facilitating the evacuations of Western countries from Afghanistan, called on the movement to ensure “safe passage” for those wishing to leave the country following the US withdrawal.
On Thursday, Qatar said it had “facilitated, in coordination with countries and stakeholders in Afghanistan, the peaceful evacuation of more than 40,000 people from Kabul to Qatar “, according to the Qatari News Agency (QNA), citing a statement released by the Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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