The first 20 civilian planes landed at Afghanistan’s Jalalabad airport

The plane with humanitarian cargo is said to have flown in from Iran. In particular, six tons of rice and four tons of medicines were delivered to the city.

It is the ninth humanitarian aid plane Iran has sent to Afghanistan in the past three months.

According to Nangarhar province authorities, Jalalabad Airport will resume domestic and international passenger flights in the near future.

Jalalabad Airport has been used as a base for the international coalition’s operations since the radical Taliban movement, which has controlled most of Afghanistan for about five years since 1996, with the defeat of the Northern Alliance in late 2001 with the help of a US-led international coalition.

The Taliban regained control of Afghanistan in mid-August this year.

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