The White House believes that there are about a hundred U.S. citizens left in Afghanistan

The U.S. authorities hope that air traffic from Kabul airport will resume in the coming days.

The U.S. authorities hope that air traffic from the Kabul airport will resume in the coming days, and the American citizens remaining in Afghanistan will be able to leave the country. This was stated on Sunday by the chief of staff of the White House staff Ron Klain on CNN.

“We believe that about a hundred citizens remain in Afghanistan; we are in contact regularly with all those who have declared themselves,” Klain said. – We hope that in the coming days, Qatar will be able to resume air traffic from Kabul. If they succeed, we would like the Americans to be able to leave.”

Earlier, the White House said that some U.S. citizens do not want to leave Afghanistan, including because of the presence of relatives in the country.

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