Turkey, Qatar working with US on making Kabul airport operational

Sept 7, 2021: Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Tuesday that Turkey was working with Qatar and the US to make sure the Kabul airport is capable of operating flights and was in talks with the Taliban.

Causoglu told broadcaster NTV that 19 Turkish technicians were in Kabul and were in talks with Qatar about the airport.

Turkey has told the Taliban it will not take part in the airport mission unless its units are involved in security. Cavusoglu said the Taliban could ensure security outside the airport, but would need a more reliable approach from within.

If the Taliban insists there are no foreign forces in Afghanistan, a private security company could be used for the mission, Cavusoglu said.

Turkey has told the Taliban that it would not take part in the airport mission unless its units are involved in security. Cavusoglu said the Taliban could ensure security outside the airport, but they would need a more reliable mechanism inside.

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