Kabul International Airport

Chaotic scenes at Kabul airport – Afghan & Foreign Try to Flee

Kabul International Airport
The State of Kabul International Airport

The chaotic images recorded by TV teams and mobile phones at Hamid Karzai International Airport on Monday portray a sense of fear and a frantic attempt to flee the country.

The Taliban plan to negotiate a “peaceful surrender” of the city, according to a Taliban spokesman.

Afghanistan International A Chaotic Mess of Fleeing People

Thousands of Afghans gathered on the tarmac at Kabul’s international airport in the hours after the Taliban took control of the city.

The frantic images recorded by TV crews and mobile phones at Hamid Karzai International Airport on Monday express fear and a desperate rush to flee the country, which has now been completely overtaken by Taliban insurgents in the run-up to the full withdrawal of US troops.

Fleeing People On the Airport Grounds

Large groups of people, including children, seem to be rushing toward passenger planes on the tarmac in a video posted on Twitter. There seems to be no security or law enforcement in the vicinity.

As the Taliban stormed the presidential house and proclaimed the war “finished,” Afghan President Ashraf Ghani left the country on Sunday evening, allegedly to Tajikistan. Ghani said that he left to avoid a “bloodbath.”

“With the judgment of their swords and guns, the Taliban have triumphed, and they are now accountable for their countrymen’s honor, property, and self-preservation,” Ghani added.

As 5,000 US soldiers return to the nation to remove Western diplomats, the fear is spreading. According to the State Department, the troops were entrusted with the “extremely narrowly defined objective” of evacuating diplomatic personnel in Kabul. The US embassy has been relocated to the airport as of late Sunday.

Kabul had been the final major city to be spared the Taliban’ control until Sunday.

The Taliban plan to negotiate a “peaceful surrender” of the city, according to a Taliban spokesman.

Since President Joe Biden’s decision in April to pull U.S. forces out of Afghanistan before September 11, the Taliban have achieved remarkable military gains, currently controlling the whole country.

US Forces Protecting The Airport Ground From Fleeing People After Kabul Was Over Run By Taliban Forces

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