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Taliban wrote a letter to the Indian government, requesting to start airlines

Taliban Writes To India: After the formation of an interim Taliban government in Afghanistan, its effort is now to restore its relations with the rest of the world. After the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, countries around the world had stopped their airlines from there. In such a situation, for the first time, a formal letter has been written to India from the government there, requesting to start air services again between the two countries.

This letter has been written on behalf of the Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation of India. This letter has been written on behalf of Afghanistan’s Acting Aviation Minister Alhaj Hamidullah to DCGA Chief Arun Kumar. Significantly, after the Taliban took control of Kabul on August 15, India had stopped regular flights from there.

It has been said in this letter that as you know, recently before the withdrawal of American troops, the Kabul airport was damaged and destroyed. Qatar’s technical assistance This airport has been restarted and a NOTAM has also been issued in this regard on 6 September.

It was further said on behalf of the Taliban government that the purpose of this letter is to start the movement of passengers between the two countries. It said – Our national carriers (Ariana Afghan Airline and Kam Air) have set a target to run their scheduled flights. The Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority requests you to assist in the operation of commercial flights.

Significantly, after the complete withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan on August 30, the Taliban took it under their control. India last operated an Indian Air Force aircraft from Kabul on 21 August to evacuate its citizens. First he was taken to Dushanbe and then brought to Delhi by Air India flight.

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