India allowed 2 flights daily for evacuation by US forces in control of Kabul airport
US security forces have been in control of the Hamid Karzai international airport in Kabul since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan on August 15 and it has allowed India to operate two flights per day to evacuate its citizens from Kabul in Afghanistan, government sources told India Today.
Government sources added that NATO forces in control of the Kabul airport are operating as many as 25 flights each day to evacuate their citizens, weaponry and equipment from Afghanistan.
There are still more than 300 Indian citizens in Afghanistan.
India has been evacuating its citizens along the Dushanbe, Tajikistan, and Qatar routes.
Earlier last week, the Indian Air Force (IAF) operated a special flight to evacuate 120 Indian citizens, including the Ambassador to Afghanistan and embassy staff.
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has been dealing with officials on the ground to negotiate the safe passage of Indian citizens to the Kabul airport complex.
In a security alert on Saturday, the US embassy in Kabul advised American citizens not to travel to the Hamid Karzai International airport.
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