Iran resumes flights to Afghanistan
Resumption comes after suspension of flights in mid-August following Taliban takeover
Iran on Wednesday resumed flights to Afghanistan, after international flights to the capital’s Kabul Airport were suspended following the Taliban takeover of the country.
The semi-official Fars news agency said two private Mahan planes headed to Kabul from Tehran and the northern city of Mashhad.
The company had suspended its flights to Afghanistan in mid-August.
In the wake of the completion of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan on Aug. 31, and the Taliban control of the Kabul Airport, a number of Taliban officials demanded that foreign countries resume their international flights to the war-torn nation.