Both Taliban and Islamic countries are responsible for missile strikes at Kabul’s international airport on Wednesday. The Taliban said the target was Defense Minister Jim Mattis, making a surprise visit to Afghanistan, reporting to local radio station TOLOnews.
Therefore, ISIS assumed the responsibility of the Amaq news agency.
The missile hit the international airport in Kabul after an hour. Mattis and Jens Stoltenberg, the NATO Secretary General, arrived in Kabul to discuss the Afghan authorities to meet with the United States TOLOnews police organization.
“At 11:36 am, two missiles were fired at the Kabul international airport in Deh Sabz, where the Air Force hangers were damaged and destroyed the helicopter and three other helicopters were damaged but no losses,” said Cabinet minister, Yaqub Rassoul. .
The US embassy in Kabul said the attack began at 11 am local time but may still occur and the airport is closed.
“The embassy urged all US citizens to avoid the area until the authorities have found it safe,” he said in a statement.
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