UN resumes humanitarian mission flights to Afghanistan

The Unified Countries (UN) started continuing trips for compassionate missions to Afghanistan on Thursday (2/9) neighborhood time.

The UN representative, Stephane Dujarric, said that the compassionate flights were placed into activity “so 160 philanthropic associations can continue lifesaving exercises in different areas of Afghanistan.”



Dujarric later clarified that the flight was working from Islamabad, Pakistan, to two urban areas in Afghanistan, to be specific Mazar-I-Sharif and Kandahar.

As per Dujarric, there have been three flights arriving at Mazar-I-Sharif since August 29. Every one of the flights were conveying food help for Afghans.

He said that as of now, the Assembled Countries is dealing; with adding more trips to arrive at different pieces of Afghanistan.

“From 2002 to 2021, UN Helpful Trips in Afghanistan have arrived at in excess of 20 objections in the country. We will attempt to get back to those areas when security and funds permit,” Dujarric said, as cited by AFP.


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Furthermore, Dujarric likewise said that the Assembled Countries is attempting to give freight trips to convey non-food things, like clinical requirements.

In the mean time, common trips to and from Afghanistan are at present not functional. Hamid Karzai Global Air terminal has not been dynamic since US troops withdrew recently.

This non military personnel flight is particularly required in light of the fact that there are as yet numerous residents, the two outsiders and Afghans, who are sitting tight for departure.

Right now, it isn’t realized which party will work Kabul air terminal. Before the US left, Turkey worked Kabul air terminal since 2004. Presently, Turkey and Qatar are supposedly proceeding to facilitate talking about the activity of Kabul air terminal.


Source: Reuters and CNN. Stay tuned for more international news about Afghanistan.