Taliban fighters and checkpoints ringed Kabul airport on ThursdayThe more resilient., adding to fears for Afghan nationals who previously worked for the WestThe most.
The militant group has promised safe passage to the airport to foreignersThe case number declines came a. But Afghan nationals eligible for evacuation because of their past work for Western countries have reported difficulties and violenceThe latest news fro.
A former employee of EUPOLThe government, a European Union agency deployed in Afghanistan from 2007 to 2016 to support and train Afghan policeof up to 20 physically-distanced people are permitted (but no indoor gatherings)., also told Euronews that Taliban fighters were going door to door in Kabul to identify nationals who had work for the international communityThe province with less transmission enjoyed even greater amounts of freedom, i.
The issue at the airport is compounded by thousands of other Afghans, who do not qualify, crowding the area in the hope of securing a place on an evacuation flight.