United States evacuated 19,000 people from Afghanistan in 24 hours

US airlifts 19,000 people from Afghanistan in last 24 hours, total number of evacuees reach 82,300

White House says the United States evacuated 19,000 people from Afghanistan in 24 hours.

According to a White House spokesman, the number of people deported from Afghanistan since August 14 has risen to 82,300.

The White House said it had withdrawn flights from 41 US and 48 allied countries.


The last minute for evacuation will also be useful, Dominic Robb

British Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb says he will use the last-minute evacuation of others in Afghanistan.

Dominic Robb said in a statement that almost all British nationals had been evacuated from Afghanistan.

“We want to see Kabul airport operational again. We have flown more than 9,000 people to Britain since the Taliban took control,” he said.

On the other hand, the French Minister for European Affairs says that there is a strong possibility that the French withdrawal operation from Afghanistan will end by Thursday.

Russia’s Defense Ministry says it is sending four planes to bring more than 500 Russians from Afghanistan.


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