Kabul – The foreign minister of Turkey Mevlut Cavusoglu says that it is possible that the country will jointly manage five airports in Afghanistan in cooperation with Qatar after the Doha and Kabul talks.
Turkish Foreign Minister raised the issue with his Malaysian counterpart, Saifuddin Abdullah, at a news conference in Islamabad on Sunday, December 19, saying that a delegation of experts from the two countries would first travel to Doha and then to Afghanistan to discuss how to manage Kabul airport.
The delegation will present joint proposals from Qatar and Turkey to the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan and will be discussed by Wednesday this week, and these companies will jointly operate and manage five airports, including Kabul Airport, according to Mevlut Cavusoglu.
However, Mevlut did not specify which other airports in the country are to be managed.
Moreover, Chavosh also met with the Taliban Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi after the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) meeting yesterday.
Meanwhile, the country’s airfields have faced many challenges since the takeover which the Taliban have called on Qatar and Turkey to cooperate in setting up Kabul and other airfields.
Recently, Qatar and Turkey have agreed to jointly manage Kabul Airport.
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