Taliban urges airlines to resume flights to Afghanistan

Afghanistan-ALSHARQIYA September 27: The Taliban urged international airlines to resume flights to the Afghan capital Kabul airport, stressing that all technical problems at the country's main airport have been resolved.
The airport facilities were severely damaged during the evacuation of more than 120,000 people in chaotic operations after the return of the Taliban to power, and stopped on August 30 when the American withdrawal from this country was completed.
The resumption of commercial flights is an important test for the Taliban, which has repeatedly promised to allow Afghans with the required documents to leave the country freely.


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