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The Taliban claimed that the US broke Afghan airspace rules

A Taliban representative Zabihullah Mujahid alleges that American drones violated Afghan airspace. Tolo News TV said sources previously reported drone sightings in Kandahar and Nimroz provinces.

A Taliban representative Zabihullah Mujahid says American drones supposedly broke Afghan airspace. The Taliban is under UN sanctions for terrorism.

Tolo News TV reported that drones were seen in the airspace of Kandahar and Nimroz in Afghanistan recently, according to some sources.

“These aircraft undoubtedly belong to the United States, they are flying and crossing Afghan airspace from the territory of some neighboring countries. Everyone must realize their responsibility in this matter and stop aggression,” Mujahid said.

The Taliban spokesperson emphasized that neighboring countries of Afghanistan should not let US drones enter their airspace to violate Afghan airspace.

In early August 2021, the Taliban intensified their attack on Afghan government forces, took over Kabul on August 15, and declared the war over the next day. During the last two weeks of August, a large number of citizens from Western countries and Afghans who worked with them were evacuated from Kabul airport, guarded by the American military. On the night of August 31, the US military left Kabul airport, ending nearly 20 years of US military presence in Afghanistan.

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