Fixes should be made at the Kabul air terminal before it tends to be opened to regular citizen flights, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has said, as Ankara considers giving assistance to the Taliban to work the air terminal.
Ankara has been in consults with the Taliban about giving specialized assistance to work Kabul air terminal after the August 31 cutoff time however said the new besieging underlined the requirement for a Turkish power to secure any specialists conveyed there.
Cavusoglu said that investigation reports show runways, pinnacles and terminals, remembering those for the non-military personnel side of the air terminal, were harmed and that these should have been fixed.
“Personnel is needed for this. Likewise, the required equipment needs to be provided,” he said.