Afghanistan’s Outlet Reveals Details of Ex-President Ghani’s Journey to UAE via Uzbekistan


The former president of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani, fled to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in August via Uzbekistan, using a presidential helicopter and subsequently a plane of Kazakhstan’s FlyJet air carrier, a source close the ex-leader was quoted as saying by Afghanistan’s Hashte Subh Daily. According to the source, shortly before the Taliban entered Kabul on August 15, Ghani, along with his advisors and bodyguards left the capital in several helicopters, reserved for evacuating the president and his inner circle in case of emergency. “Of the 54 people who landed in the four helicopters in the Termez, Uzbekistan, 22 were…

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