Kabul Airport to Reopen in Next 2 Days With Support From Turkey, Qatar – Taliban

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File photo taken on Aug. 16, 2021 shows people gathering at the Kabul airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. The United States should withdraw all troops and contractors before Aug. 31 deadline from Afghanistan and no extension for the ongoing evacuation process would be possible, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said on Tuesday.
File photo taken on Aug. 16, 2021 shows people gathering at the Kabul airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. The United States should withdraw all troops and contractors before Aug. 31 deadline from Afghanistan and no extension for the ongoing evacuation process would be possible, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said on Tuesday. "There will be no extension for the ongoing evacuation," Mujahid told reporters at a press conference. "We want them to evacuate their citizens, they have planes and the Kabul airport control is with them, the U.S. should withdraw all its troops, people or contractors before the deadline," he said. (Xinhua)

The Kabul airport will reopen in the next two days after Turkey and Qatar provided financial assistance, a spokesman for the Taliban movement (recognized as a terrorist and banned in Russia), Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai, said on Thursday.

“Kabul Airport with the financial support of $30 million from Qatar and Turkey will be operational within two days,” Stanikzai said, as quoted by the Afghan TOLO News broadcaster.

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