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Airfield in Afghanistan's Jalalabad ready to receive humanitarian aid from Iran : Governor

Kabul, Nov 20 (UNI/Sputnik) The airfield in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad is ready for operation and will soon receive humanitarian aid from Iran, the provincial governor's office announced on Saturday.
"The airfield of the city of Jalalabad is ready to receive domestic and international flights... The authorities will soon receive humanitarian aid from the Islamic Republic of Iran through the airfield of Jalalabad," the statement said.
The governor's office noted that all technical and security issues hindering the operation of the airfield have been resolved.
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