Foreign journalists arrive in Kabul

CNN: Foreign journalists arrive in Kabul on a first commercial flight

Foreign journalists arrived in Kabul on the first commercial flight of Pakistani airlines after the withdrawal of US troops, CNN reported, citing a representative of the airline (PIA).

Earlier, the Al-Arabiya TV channel reported that the first commercial flight of Pakistani airlines since the withdrawal of US troops landed at the Kabul airport.

According to a PIA spokesman, World Bank staff flew from Kabul to Islamabad on a return flight.
According to Agence France-Presse, there were no more than 10 people on board.

The Taliban (the Taliban movement * is banned in the Russian Federation as a terrorist movement) a month ago stepped up their offensive against government forces, entered Kabul on August 15, and declared the next day that the war was over.

On the night of August 31, the US military left the Kabul airport, ending the nearly 20-year US military presence in Afghanistan. On September 6, the Taliban announced that Panjshir, the last of 34 Afghan provinces, had come under their control. The next day, the composition of the interim government of Afghanistan was announced. It will be headed by Mohammad Hasan Akhund, who served as foreign minister during the first Taliban * and is under UN sanctions.

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