The U.S. asked the Taliban not to enter Kabul until the evacuation is over

The U.S. Special Representative for Afghan Reconciliation, Zalmay Khalilzad, called on the militants of the radical Taliban movement not to enter Kabul until the U.S. evacuates its citizens and Afghan employees from the capital, the NYT reports, citing an American source.

It is unknown how long the evacuation will take and whether Washington will be able to carry it out successfully. According to the newspaper, there are at least 10 thousand American citizens in Kabul.

It is noted that the Taliban, in response, called on the United States to stop airstrikes.

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