Taliban signs agreement with UAE on running Afghan airports.
Written by News Room on May 25, 2022
The Taliban signed an agreement with a company based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Tuesday for the ground handling of three airports in Afghanistan.
With the new agreement, the new officials in Kabul and the representative of the UAE-founded company hope that all international commercial airlines can resume their flights to the country.
Executive Director of the UAE’s GAAC Company, Razack Aslam said international airlines, have been away from this country for the past few months and they are hoping that they come back to them.
Afghanistan’s airspace is currently closed to all overflights.