India Evacuated Kabul Embassy Staff, Returning Home By Special Air Force Flight

India Evacuated Kabul Embassy Staff, Returning Home By Special Air Force Flight

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India evacuated Kabul embassy staff, returning home by special Air Force flight

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New Delhi:

India has Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan The Indian Embassy staff (India Kabul embassy staff) has been safely evacuated. They are being brought to India by special aircraft. According to reports, India has achieved this great success amid the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. Indian Embassy personnel in Afghanistan are coming home through special Air Force flight. Actually, the airspace in Afghanistan was closed on Monday, after which the movement of planes was stuck. However, since its resumption, India has started the process of bringing its citizens and other people home.

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The government has already assured the return of Indians from Afghanistan. The Ministry of External Affairs has clarified that the situation in Afghanistan has changed very rapidly. The government is keeping a close watch on the activities of Afghanistan. Continuous consultation is being done for the safety of Indian citizens present there. An appeal has also been made to them to return. Some Indians are still there and in touch with those who want to return.

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The Foreign Ministry said, we are in touch with the representatives of the Afghan Sikh and Hindu community. We will help those who want to come to India. There are also Afghan citizens who have been participants. India will also support them. Commercial flights in Kabul were suspended on Monday. This affected the return work. The Ministry of External Affairs had said that we are waiting for the resumption of the planes. The situation in Afghanistan is being continuously reviewed thoroughly. The government has been taking every step to protect Indian citizens and interests in Afghanistan.

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