According to the report, it underscored the need to “reduce tensions in order to find a comprehensive political solution that will ensure the security and stability of the people of Afghanistan.”
Most of the people expelled from Afghanistan were taken to the U.S. base in Qatar. However, flights had to be interrupted for several hours as the capacity of the site was exhausted.
On Friday, U.S. Federal Command General Hong Taylor announced the resumption of flights. With the exception of Qatar, flights with refugees are now being sent to Germany, to the U.S. Rammstein military base.
Pentagon spokesman, adm. John Kirby said Washington was in talks with other European countries to allow the planes to land, but did not disclose which countries they were.
According to the State Department, 11 countries in Europe and the Middle East have agreed to stop flights with refugees. Italy, Great Britain, Denmark, Kazakhstan, Turkey and Uzbekistan.
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