S Jaishankar talks to US secretary about shifting Indians from Kabul
On Tuesday, Minister of External Affairs of India S Jaishankar addressed Antony Blinken, US secretary of state. He assembles the US secretary on getting the support of American assistance for relocating Indians from Kabul.
As of the reports, currently, the Hamid Karzai International Airport remains controlled by the US forces with air traffic control and perimeter following American security cover. American force took controlling charge of the airport after backing Turkey from guarding.
India plans to shift the second batch of its citizens from Kabul. While the US secretary of state swore External Affairs Minister of full support in future shifting through private flights.
Further, S Jaishankar may talk to UNSC (United Nations Security Council) members to shit wider consent on the Afghanistan issues. On the same issue, he also meets UN secretary-general, Antonio Guterres.
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Monitoring the situation in Kabul continuously. Understand the anxiety of those seeking to return to India. Airport operations are the main challenge. Discussions on with partners in that regard.
— Dr. S. Jaishankar (@DrSJaishankar) August 16, 2021
In addition, the EAM of India remains going with the Americans to get the HKI airport set to receive civilian flights.
However, Indian officials try to get back the second batch of our citizens from HKI airport post-midnight. Therefore, Indian nations who remained employed by US and European contractors to work in Afghanistan denote eagerly waiting to leave Afghanistan.