Taliban UAE Deal: UAE to operate Afghanistan's airports, Taliban signs deal


Posted on 26th May 2022 10:56 am by rohit kumar

The Taliban has signed an agreement with the United Arab Emirates for the operation of airports in Afghanistan. The Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation gave this information on Tuesday after several months of talks with the UAE, Turkey, and Qatar.

 

Abdul Ghani Baradar signed the agreement

 

Taliban Deputy Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation Ghulam Jailani Wafa on Tuesday signed an agreement with a representative of the GAAC Corporation in the presence of Deputy Prime Minister Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar.

 

The country's security is strong - Mulla Baradar

 

Speaking at the contract signing event, Mulla Baradar said that the country's security is strong and the Islamic Emirate is ready to work with foreign investors. Baradar said that with the signing of this deal, all foreign airlines will start flying to Afghanistan safely and reliably.

 

UAE helped us - Ghulam Jelani Wafa

 

Ghulam Jelani Wafa, Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation, said, “While we were in a critical emergency, the UAE assisted us with technical assistance and free terminal repairs. GAAC Corporation is a multinational firm that provides aviation services in the United Arab Emirates.

 

Taliban captured Afghanistan in August 2021

 

Significantly, in August 2021, the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, due to which the previous government fell. In December 2021, Turkish and Qatari companies signed a memorandum to operate Kabul airport, and airports in the provinces of Balkh, Herat, Kandahar, and Khost, currently operating due to the dire economic conditions in Afghanistan. are struggling to do.

 

Also Read: Afghanistan: Is the Taliban repeating the regime of two decades ago?

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