US citizens stay away from Kabul airport, US embassy

Due to the security situation around the Afghan capital, Kabul Airport, the US Embassy has issued a travel advisory for US citizens, saying that US citizens should stay away from Kabul Airport, only on the instructions of a US government representative.

The US embassy said in its travel advisory that US citizens should avoid coming to Kabul airport, as there are potential security threats outside the gates of Kabul airport.

The embassy said they arrived at the airport after receiving instructions from a US government representative.

 On the other hand, China has instructed its citizens in Afghanistan to abide by Islamic customs and stay away from places of chaos.

Switzerland has also suspended a scheduled chartered flight from Kabul to Uzbekistan today. Germany also canceled scheduled flights today to evacuate citizens from Kabul Airport.

The German army has evacuated about 2,000 people from Kabul airport.

On the other hand, the head of the European Commission said in a press conference in Madrid that the European Union has not recognized the Taliban nor is it holding political talks with the militants.

EU aid to Afghanistan will be linked to human rights, minorities and the treatment of women.

He said the Taliban’s statements would be examined by their actions and actions, and the issue of resettlement of Afghan refugees would be raised at a G7 meeting next week.


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