A German hospital plane is on hand to fly to Kabul and help evacuate people injured in attack at the airport of the Afghan capital, said today the German Minister of Defense Ungret Krab-Karenbauer, following the completion of German air transport operations by Afghanistan.
“We have offered a German hospital plane to transport the wounded,” Karenbauer told reporters in Berlin, adding that the Airbus had left Kabul for the Uzbek capital, Tashkent, and would remain there. on alert, so that if necessary to return to Afghanistan.
All German soldiers walked away more than 5,300 people from 45 countries, including more than 500 Germans and more than 4,000 Afghans, were evacuated from Afghanistan today, the Minister of Defense stressed, as broadcast by APE BPE.
Besides, the German Foreign Minister Haiko Maas will travel to Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Pakistan in the coming days to hold talks on the latest developments in Afghanistan, according to a letter from the Foreign Ministry to Parliament, which reached Reuters.
The Maas talks will focus on how international community can handle the situation in Afghanistan and under what conditions it is possible to reach agreements with a new government in Kabul, the letter said.
Maas also plans to visit Turkey and Qatar.
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