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Qatar completes restoration of Kabul airport, Afghan Foreign Ministry says


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Qatar completes restoration of Kabul airport, Afghan Foreign Ministry says

Qatar completes restoration of Kabul airport, Afghan Foreign Ministry says

KABUL (Sputnik) – Qatar has completed its mission to renovate Kabul International Airport and resume operations, the Afghan Foreign Ministry announced on… 24.09.2022, Sputnik International

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“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, thanking Qatar, has announced the completion of its mission to rehabilitate and reopen Kabul airport,” the ministry said, adding that the Qatari technical team had successfully completed its tasks. . In May, Afghanistan signed an agreement with a company from the United States. The United Arab Emirates to manage three airports in the country even as Qatar was also a candidate to manage these facilities. and NATO troops in August 2021. A Taliban-led interim Afghan government came to power last fall, toppling the US-backed government after foreign troops withdrew from the country. Afghanistan has since been in the grip of a serious humanitarian crisis. The Taliban are not yet internationally recognized as the country’s legitimate rulers, although several states, including China and Russia, have declared themselves ready to work with the current government on economic projects. * The Taliban are under UN sanctions for terrorism.

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KABUL (Sputnik) – Qatar has completed its mission to renovate Kabul International Airport and resume operations, the Afghan Foreign Ministry announced on Saturday.

“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, thanking Qatar, has announced the completion of its mission to rehabilitate and reopen Kabul airport,” the ministry said, adding that the Qatari technical team had successfully completed its tasks. .

In May, Afghanistan signed an agreement with a company from the United Arab Emirates to manage three airports in the country, although Qatar was also a candidate to manage these facilities.

In December 2021, Turkish and Qatari companies helped restore operations at Kabul airport, decommissioned during the withdrawal of US and NATO troops in August 2021.

    In this August 16, 2021 file photo, hundreds of people gather near a U.S. Air Force C-17 transport plane at the perimeter of Kabul International Airport, Afghanistan.  Everyday Americans and airlines nationwide are teaming up to donate miles and cash to help Afghan refugees resettle in the United States.  Organizers said Tuesday (October 26) they had raised enough donations to pay for 40,000 flights, but they hope to nearly double that amount.  - Sputnik International, 1920, 28.08.2022

Withdrawal from Afghanistan: four buses of Americans were prevented from leaving Kabul by the American colonel – Documentary

A Taliban-led interim Afghan government came to power last fall, toppling the US-backed government after foreign troops withdrew from the country. Afghanistan has since been in the grip of a serious humanitarian crisis.

The Taliban are not yet internationally recognized as the country’s legitimate rulers, although several states, including China and Russia, have expressed their willingness to work with the current government on economic projects.

* The Taliban are under UN sanctions for terrorism.



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