Evacuation efforts in Kabul began to end on Saturday as the United States and its allies focused on withdrawing the last army from Afghanistan in the coming days.
The capital of Afghanistan responded to a possible terrorist attack as a result of a U.S. strike against Islamic State, which claimed responsibility for the attack on Thursday outside the airport in Kabul, which killed nearly 200 people, including 13 members of the U.S. military. I was very cautious.
Two weeks after the Taliban defeated the Afghan government, the United States and its allies evacuated more than 110,000 people from Afghanistan. Thousands were at the airport waiting for the plane on Saturday.
Thousands of people trying to flee but unable to enter the airfield turn their attention to other possible evacuation routes, including the Pakistani border, after the U.S. concludes its evacuation efforts. I started.
British Secretary of Defense Ben Wallace said applicants already in the airport as Britain is no longer accepting applicants to leave Afghanistan and the military is focusing on ending operations in Afghanistan. He said he would only evacuate.