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India afghanistan, afghanistan indians rescue, bring back stranded indians, kabul airport operations
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‘Will revisit concern as soon as operations at Kabul airport resume’: MEA on bringing again Indians from Afghanistan

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday stated it would revisit the difficulty of bringing again the remaining Indians from Afghanistan, as soon as Kabul resumes airport operations.

On being requested about bringing again remaining Indians from Afghanistan, MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi stated: “We will be able to revisit the issue once operations at Kabul airport resume. The majority of Indians have left Afghanistan.”

He stated the Kabul airport is at present not operational. We will resume our operation to evacuate folks from Kabul as quickly because the airport service resumes, Bagchi stated. 

Asked about India’s first talks with Taliban, the MEA spokesperson stated he has no replace on the assembly. 

“We are not aware of any detail or nature of what kind of govt could be formed in Afghanistan. I have no update on our meeting. It’s not a matter of yes and no (on roadmap of further meetings with Taliban). Our aim is that Afghanistan’s land shouldn’t be used for terror activity of any kind,” he stated.

India on Tuesday held a gathering with a Taliban chief in Doha on latter’s request. Ambassador of India to Qatar, Deepak Mittal, met Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanekzai, the Head of Taliban’s Political Office. The assembly befell on the Embassy of India, Doha, on the request of the Taliban facet.

Discussions centered on security, safety and early return of Indian nationals stranded in Afghanistan. The journey of Afghan nationals, particularly minorities, who want to go to to India additionally got here up. Ambassador Mittal raised India’s concern that Afghanistan’s soil shouldn’t be used for anti-Indian actions and terrorism in any method.

The Taliban consultant assured the Ambassador that these points can be positively addressed.

READ MORE: India holds talks with Taliban, seeks return of nationals from Afghanistan

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