The terminal has many people, including women and children, and some even came from distant provinces, according to the Dolo News Channel broadcast.
Meanwhile, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg told a news conference after the meeting that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was pushing for an extension of the deadline beyond August 31. Foreign Alliance.
Stoltenberg described the situation outside the airport as “very serious and difficult”.
Al Jazeera Network reports that thousands of foreigners and those threatened by the fundamentalist militant group are actively trying to enter the airport.
More than 18,000 people have fled the country by plane, according to the Atlantic Alliance, since the Mujahideen captured the Afghan capital.
Although the deadline for the withdrawal of thousands of U.S. troops guarding Kabul airport is August 31, US President Joe Biden said this week could be a comfortable long time to deport Americans.
One of the main obstacles for people who want to leave Afghanistan is the dangerous journey to the capital airport.
So far, Washington has failed to guarantee a safe way for American citizens or others, but said it has promised not to block the way for people from the Taliban.
According to NATO and Taliban reports, thousands of Afghans have been coming down from the ground with papers, children and some belongings at the Kabul International Airport where 12 people have been killed since last Sunday.
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