Three more aircrafts from Spain, Norway, and Australia, left Afghanistan in the last hours with residents of these nations and Afghans, the authorities revealed today, Friday, August 20.
What is the 2nd flight of the Spanish militaries removed from Kabul airport today with a group of 110 individuals, consisting of 3 households of embassy staff members, and is arranged to make the very first stopover in Dubai.
This info was validated in a joint declaration by the Ministries of Defence and Foreign Affairs and, later on, the Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jos é Manuel Albares, informed Cadena Ser radio that from this 2nd group of 110 individuals, 50 need to stay in Spain.
Among the guests are staff members who worked together with Spanish organizations and likewise the captain of the Afghan Paralympic group, Nilofar Bayat, Albares stated.
The Spanish Foreign Minister ensured that the Government will not quit efforts to find individuals who worked for Spanish organizations however acknowledged that it has trouble in calling them.
Another airplane bring individuals left from Afghanistan landed today at the airport in Oslo, Norway.
Norwegian Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Soereide informed Norwegian news company NTB that on board were residents of the Scandinavian nation, relative of regional authorities, and “some other European citizens.”
Soereide did not offer numbers or more information about this flight.
In the group were reporters from the Norwegian tv channels TV2 and NRK. The airplane got here in Norway from Tbilisi, Georgia.
On Wednesday, an aircraft bring 13 Norwegian residents, primarily diplomats, had actually currently shown up in Copenhagen, Denmark.
More than 160 Australian and Afghan residents were likewise left from Kabul after a 3rd rescue flight, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison stated today.
The Australian Prime Minister stated 60 Australians and Afghans who had actually assisted Australia throughout the 20-year war were transferred to the UAE on Thursday night.
A very first Australian flight with 94 retired landed today in the city of Perth, on the Australian west coast.
“The situation in Kabul remains chaotic,” Morrison stated.