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Kam Air’s blacklisting suspended

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Kam Air’s blacklisting suspended

Kam AirThe United States of America have suspended the blacklisting of Afghanistan’s first and major private airline company, Kam Air, who has been alleged for involvement in opium trafficking.

“It is an appropriate, logical course of action at this time for the sovereign Afghan government to conduct a full investigation of Kam Air,” said a statement from the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF).

The Afghan government, who had denied the allegations along with the airline company, has agreed to investigate the case thoroughly.

According to the statement, the US will “support” the Afghan government’s investigation by providing required evidence and documents.



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