On Tuesday, in a significant development Afghanistan’s Taliban Administration said, it will sign an agreement with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to share responsibility for operating airports in the country.
The announcement was made on Twitter by Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar and comes after months of talks between the group with UAE, Turkey and Qatar in an effort to reach an agreement on airport security.
Turkey and Qatar have sent temporary technical teams to assist airport operations and security in Afghanistan.
There was total chaos in the country after the Taliban takeover after the Biden Administration’s decision to the military which kept the peace in the country.
The chaotic exit of US forces saw military equipment, worth billions, being left behind, along with bombings and dramatic scenes by Afghans desperate to leave the country.