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Taliban writes to India, appeals to resume flights with Afghanistan: Reports

Countries around the world had stopped their flights to Afghanistan after the Taliban took over. Now after forming the government, the Taliban has appealed to India to resume international flights. For the first time Taliban has written a formal letter to India. The Afghan Civil Aviation Authority has appealed to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to allow Afghan national carriers to start flying between the two countries.

‘US troops wreak havoc’
According to the report of The Wire, the letter to the DGCA is signed by Alhaj Hamidullah Akhundzada, the acting aviation minister of Afghanistan. In a letter to DGCA Chief Arun Kumar, it has been said, ‘As you are aware that recently American soldiers have damaged and destroyed the Kabul airport while leaving the country. The airport is working again with the technical assistance of Qatar and a NOTAM has been issued in this regard on September 6, 2021.

‘Help operate
Akhundzada has written that the purpose of this letter is to facilitate the movement of passengers between the two countries. The letter further read, ‘Our national carriers (Ariana Afghan Airline and Kam Air) have set a target to run their scheduled flights. So the Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority should ask you to help them operate their commercial flights.

The US left Afghanistan on August 31. All his soldiers returned to the country and with this Kabul airport also came in the hands of Taliban. After this, Qatar helped in its repair by sending experts and equipment.

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