US special representative to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad has welcomed the cooperation of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan in letting tens of foreigners and Afghans leave Afghanistan through the air safely.
Khalilzad has is also grateful to Qatar for facilitating the flights from Kabul.
Two international flights have been conducted from Kabul International Airport to Qatar carrying Afghans, US citizens, and other foreigners.
The planes which were flown out from Kabul were the first international flight after the Taliban’s takeover.
Zalmay Khalilzad has written on his Twitter post that over 250 people including Americans and other foreigners have been flown out from Kabul International Airport in the past three days which is a positive step.
“We will continue our engagement with the Taliban and Qatar to facilitate safe flights to Americans, Afghans, and other foreigners who are willing to leave Afghanistan.” Read the tweets.
The international flights are flown out at a time when the Taliban officials have said the international flights from Kabul International Airport will be resumed on September 13.
Technical teams from Qatar and Turkey were doing hard work round the clock to prepare the Airport for international flights.