First plane lands at Taliban-controlled Kabul airport

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According to a statement made by an anonymous Qatari official to the AA correspondent, a Qatari plane carrying the technical team to discuss the continued operations of the airport has arrived in Kabul.

Stating that the technical team went to Kabul at the request of the Afghan side, the Qatari official noted that negotiations on the operation and security of the airport are continuing.


AA has captured Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport, which came under Taliban control after 20 years of US occupation.

The Taliban, who controlled the airport after US troops left Afghanistan last night, opened the doors there to reporters and shared the latest situation at the airport.

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During the visit of the journalists, it was found that the Taliban forces had taken important security measures in and around the airport.

While many passenger planes were idle on the airport apron, which was under Taliban control, the terminal was also found to be badly damaged.

It should be noted that the Taliban forces, which provided security at the airport, used military vehicles left by American soldiers.

After the Taliban took control of the capital Kabul, we saw that the goods left by the Afghans trying to go abroad were scattered at the airport.

Speaking to the AA correspondent, officials said the bullet marks on the planes, which were idling on the tarmac, were caused by open fire by US soldiers.

Uncertainty persists over the opening date of the airport, vital for Afghanistan’s international connection.

First plane lands at Taliban-controlled Kabul airport


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On February 29, 2020, the US administration pledged to withdraw all its troops from Afghanistan as of May 1, 2021, as part of the agreement with the Taliban in Doha, the capital of Qatar.

However, Joe Biden, who took office as President of the United States on January 20, 2021, announced that the withdrawal would not meet the May 1 deadline and then announced that the withdrawal would be completed by the date. anniversary of September 11.

Besieging the capital Kabul, the Taliban seized control of the city without conflict after President Ashraf Ghani left the country on August 15.

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General Kenneth McKenzie, Commander of US Central Forces (CENTCOM), announced that the process of withdrawing US forces from Afghanistan was completed.

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