According to the published statement, he stressed the need to “reduce tension in order to reach a comprehensive political solution that guarantees the security and stability of the Afghan people.”

Most of the evacuees from Afghanistan were transferred to the US base in Qatar. However, flights have had to stop for several hours due to the exhaustion of base capacity.

On Friday, General Hank Taylor of the US Central Command reported the resumption of flights. With the exception of Qatar, planes carrying refugees are now also directed to Germany, to the US military base Ramstein.

Pentagon spokesman, ed. John Kirby reported that Washington is in talks with other European countries about allowing planes to land, but he did not disclose which countries they are in.

According to the State Department, 11 countries in Europe and the Middle East have given their consent to stop flights with refugees, including Italy, Great Britain, Denmark, Kazakhstan, Turkey and Uzbekistan.

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