Airbus plane for seven people, Germany under criticism

According to a statement issued by the German Defense Ministry, a group of people was transferred last night from Kabul to Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, in an Airbus aircraft of the German Air Force (A4 Double Zero M).

The group, which arrived in Tashkent on an Airbus plane, consisted of just seven people, including five German nationals, one from another European country and an Afghan from the German army or the German ministry.

The German air operation was also heavily criticized, and the German Foreign Ministry, instead of responding to the criticism, emphasized the dangerous situation at the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul.

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A statement issued by the German Foreign Ministry said that due to the alarming situation at the airport, it was not possible to bring more German citizens and others to the airport for the expected evacuation without the security of the German army.

The Defense Ministry added in a statement that a group of German troops were in Kabul to prepare for the new evacuation flights.

It should be noted that under normal conditions an Airbus aircraft carries 114 passengers, but for this type of evacuation it is possible to transport 150 passengers.

It should be remembered that, after occupying several provinces of the country, the Taliban had also taken control of the Afghan capital, Kabul, yesterday.

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