An Afghan soldier was killed and three others were injured in a gun battle with unidentified gunmen at the northern gate. Kabul Airport, According to the German Armed Forces. U.S. and German soldiers were also involved in the shooting. It is not yet known whether the dead soldier was part of the Taliban.
Not Saturday Seven people were beaten to death at the airport gate as they tried to leave Afghanistan. A statement from the British Ministry of Defense said, “We have real thoughts with the families of the seven Afghans who died in the stampede in Kabul.
After the turmoil caused by the deaths, the Taliban were able to maintain order and try to arrange queues for access, according to Reuters. On Saturday, the United States warned of dangers in the region.
An official of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has reported at least 20 deaths at or around the airport in the past seven days, Reuters reports.
According to Biden, 28,000 Americans have already been withdrawn from Afghanistan
US President Joe Biden told a news conference on Sunday (22) that the US goal was to “remove all Americans and expel Afghan allies.” According to him, 28 thousand people were expelled from the country In August, with 11 thousand in 36 hours.
UK Secretary of Defense Ben Wallace wrote a column in the Daily Mail on Sunday, saying that if the US deadline to leave Afghanistan was not extended, there would be no time to expel all the people they wanted. Country
“Perhaps the Americans can stay longer and get our full support if they stay … I keep saying that no nation is going to expel everyone at all,” Wallace said.
The Taliban leader blamed the United States for the chaos At Kabul Airport. There, thousands of people tried to board flights to leave the country. Amerkan Mutaki said, “The United States, with all its might and power, has failed to bring order to the airport.
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