Tumultuous scenes outside the Kabul air terminal have been shared broadly as of late as a huge number of Afghans try to get away from their country in the midst of the Taliban takeover.
One such clasp was of a family ignoring their child security fencing to a US warrior on the air terminal border.
On Friday, the US military affirmed that the child has been gotten back to their family.
A representative for the US Marines, Major James Stenger, told the New York Times that clinical staff treated the kid prior to rejoining it with its dad, and it is
“safe at the airport”.
“This is a true example of the professionalism of the Marines on site, who are making quick decisions in a dynamic situation in support of evacuation operations,” he told the paper