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Qatar-Taliban agreed upon resuming evacuation from Kabul

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Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy is a journalist and editor at Khaama Press. He has a BA degree in journalism.

The Foreign Ministry of Qatar said that they have agreed with the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan to evacuate foreign nationals who are in danger in the country.

In an interview in the US, the visiting Emir of Qatar Shiekh Tamim bin Al Thani said that they have agreed on two flights every week that will be conducted through Qatar Airlines.

The flights will facilitate the evacuation of not only American citizens in Afghanistan but also the nationals of other countries.

Following the completion of the chaotic evacuation of Kabul on August 30, Qatar Airlines conducted the mission that stalled early in December last year that will be resumed now.

The flights were all chartered ones.

In the meantime, talks over a weekly flight of Ariana Airline-Afghanistan’s Airline- to Qatar are reportedly ongoing between the country and IEA.

Qatar has been the biggest transit country for thousands of Afghans and foreigners who left Afghanistan after the completion of the Kabul evacuation.

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