When someone is going home, they are flown here and then to Denmark.
The person with legal residence in Denmark is not a Danish citizen.
The agreement to rent the plane was about to expire. Therefore, it has been relieved around 9 pm Danish time, even though there are few passengers.
When there are no more involved, it is because it is a difficult operation right now, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is informed.
On Tuesday, a Danish military plane landed in Kabul with Danish diplomats working at the airport.
Pakistan is assisting Denmark in the evacuation of Danish citizens from Afghanistan and locals who have worked for the government.
The militant movement Taliban has in a short time regained power in the country after the United States withdrew its troops.
On Sunday, the movement regained control of the country’s capital, Kabul. This has meant that an evacuation has been initiated.
In addition to employees at the Danish embassy in the country and their families, Denmark must also evacuate about 45 local employees and their families.
According to Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Quershi, the country “facilitates” the evacuation of 431 Afghans for Denmark. It has not been confirmed by the Danish side how many are to be evacuated in total.
On Tuesday, two SAS planes landed in Islamabad. However, SAS did not want to say whether they were participating in the evacuation.
A plane from the Danish company DAT also landed in Islamabad on Monday. However, DAT would not inform TV2 why the plane had been sent off.
The website Flightradar24, which monitors air traffic, states that the plane from DAT on Tuesday flew from Islamabad towards Tbilisi, Georgia. However, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will not confirm that it is the DAT aircraft that is on its way to Copenhagen.
Source: The Nordic Page