The plane of the US Vice President urgently returned to the place of departure

The plane of US Vice President Kamala Harris was forced to return to the place of departure, Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland, due to a technical problem, the journalists of the policy pool reported.

Harris flew out of the military base on Sunday as part of her trip to Guatemala and Mexico. This is Harris ‘ first visit abroad as vice president.

“This is a technical problem. There are no major security concerns,” Harris spokeswoman Symone Sanders said.

It is noted that the landing gear of the Harris plane during takeoff “made an unusual noise,” so it was decided to return. The plane landed back at the base without incident.

Harris said on arrival at the airport that she was “fine.”

“We all had a little prayer, but we’re fine,” she added. The Vice President of the United States should soon transfer to another plane and go to the capital of Guatemala, according to pool journalists.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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