More than 250 foreigners have been able to leave Kabul since Thursday

Mith the first passenger flights from Kabul since the end of August, more than 250 foreigners have left Afghanistan. The American special envoy for Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, announced on Twitter on Saturday that the foreign nationals were flown out within three days.

At the same time, Khalilzad thanked the Arab Emirate of Qatar, which provided the airport in Doha as a hub, and welcomed the cooperation with the new Afghan rulers in these “important efforts”. The United States continues to hold the government of Qatar, the Taliban and others responsible to ensure the safe exit of people who want to leave the country.

With a second company passenger flight
Qatar Airways also brought 45 German citizens with family members from the Afghan capital Kabul on Friday. The Foreign Office announced on Saturday in Berlin. As early as Thursday, 15 Germans were brought from Afghanistan to the Arab emirate of Qatar on the first civilian evacuation flight. A spokesman said that there was intensive work on further exit options.

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