U.S.The plane with British troops had already landed at RAF Brize North Military Airport, marking the end of the British military campaign in Afghanistan, which is already 20 years old.
British Ambassador to Afghanistan, Larry Bristow and other diplomatic elements, and other crew members of the aircraft in question.
The army was “very tired” when Vice Admiral Ben Key, the leader of the retreat operations, arrived “they gave everything in the last two weeks”.
It may be recalled that General Nick Carter, the leader of the British Armed Forces, had already announced that “very few” planes would be evacuating civilians from Afghanistan via the airport in Kabul. .
The eviction operation went “as far as possible under the circumstances” and, regrettably, failed to “evict everyone from there”.
“It breaks the heart,” he said.
The Defense Ministry said on Friday that more than 14,500 people had been evacuated since August 13, and that about 8,000 Afghans, targeting Afghan workers working in the UK, had qualified for the program.
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