3 Pakistani planes carrying help have reached Afghanistan: ambassador

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3 Pakistani planes carrying help have reached Afghanistan: ambassador

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A significant problem that Afghanistan faces is the scarcity of important commodities, Pakistani Ambassador Mansoor Khan says

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September 11, 2021

Pakistans Ambassador to Afghanistan Mansoor Ahmad Khan speaks to Geo News. — Geo News/File
Pakistan’s Ambassador to Afghanistan Mansoor Ahmad Khan speaks to Geo News. — Geo News/File
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Three medical planes carrying medical and meals help from Islamabad have reached Kabul, Ambassador of Pakistan to Afghanistan Mansoor Ahmed Khan stated Saturday.

The newest C-130 airplane carrying reduction items had reached Khost earlier within the day. The ambassador, in a tweet, had stated that the products have been handed over to the town’s authorities.

“The Afghan cabinet members have started working […] the biggest challenges that Afghanistan faces are economic governance and restoration of banking services,” the ambassador informed Geo News.

Another main problem that Afghanistan faces is the scarcity of important commodities, and on this regard, Pakistan has helped them by offering help when it comes to meals and medicines.

The ambassador stated Turkey and Qatar have restored operations at Kabul airport, whereas Pakistan plans on resuming business flights to Afghanistan quickly.

The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) will resume flights from Islamabad to Kabul subsequent week, a spokesman informed AFP at this time, turning into the primary international business service for the reason that Taliban seized energy final month.

Kabul airport was severely broken throughout a chaotic evacuation of over 120,000 those that ended with the withdrawal of US forces on August 30. The Taliban have been scrambling to get it working once more with Qatari technical help.

“We have got all technical clearances for flight operations,” PIA spokesman Abdullah Hafeez Khan informed AFP.

“Our first commercial plane… is scheduled to fly from Islamabad to Kabul on September 13.”

Meanwhile, Ambassador Khan stated Pakistan, together with the worldwide neighborhood, was making efforts to assist set up a steady system and authorities in Afghanistan.

“Terrorist organisations will not find space to operate once a stable government is formed,” the ambassador added.

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