Abdul Kahar Balkhi, “Speaker of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs” of the interim Taliban government in Afghanistan, stated in a written statement that they will act in cooperation with all airline companies within the scope of flights to be made from International Hamid Karzai Airport.
Balkhi underlined that the technical problems at the Kabul airport have been resolved, and noted that he expects all airline companies and countries that have previously operated flights to resume their flights here.
Balkhi stated that air transportation was temporarily suspended due to the political change in Afghanistan causing some disruptions in the aviation sector, and pointed out that domestic flights could also start.
After the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, the Kabul airport was closed to flights in August after the US soldiers damaged the radar systems and some equipment before leaving the airport.
. (HAS) . ..