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Mevlevi Abdulhadi Hamedan, president of Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, the Afghan capital, made assessments on the airport and said that American forces (during the evacuation) caused a lot of damage to the airport of Kabul in general.
Stating that there was sufficient damage in the technical area of the airport and inside the terminal, Hamedan said: “In fact, the TV screens, tables, desks and computers in the lounges of the airport were broken. noted.
Hamedan said technical issues in the airport’s domestic terminal have been resolved and domestic flights are continuing normally.
MILLIONS IN DAMAGES
Stating that the United States inflicted millions of dollars on Kabul airport during the evacuation, Hamedan said: “The damage to the airport terminal alone is worth $ 1 million. In addition, some planes and vehicles at the airport were damaged, as well as radars. . If all of them are damaged, it will be millions of dollars. ”He said.
Hamedan pointed out that planes from different countries had started arriving at Kabul airport and that planes from Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Pakistan and Bahrain were providing humanitarian aid to the Afghan people.
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Hamedan said efforts are continuing to start international civilian flights and to resolve issues of nationals and foreigners in the country, and stressed that the technical team continues to work on this issue.
Hamedan said talks are continuing for countries around the world to resume flights to Kabul airport, and international civilian flights will begin as soon as possible.
In addition, Hamedan added that they want to establish good relations with the world in diplomatic, political and economic fields after flights at the airport return to normal.
The first domestic flight from the airport, which came under Taliban control after the United States withdrew its last troops from the country on August 31, was on September 4.
Ariana Afghan Airlines’ plane made its maiden flight to the northern city of Mazar-i Sharif.
Currently, there are daily flights to the country’s cities of Herat, Kandahar and Mazar-i-Sharif on the domestic routes from Kabul Airport.
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