The children of the fence handed over to the soldiers at Kabul airport are being returned to their families, according to the Ministry of Defense.
The source told MailOnline that the troops on the ground “are doing everything possible to return each child to their parents.”
They added that no accompanying children were left at the airport or evacuated during flights from the Afghan capital.
The Ministry of Defense source said that during the chaotic scenes at the airport, there was no UN representation on the NGO.
It came after the wife of a former Royal Navy commander evacuated from Afghanistan said she had seen at least three crying children in Kabul being handed over to soldiers by their mothers.
Kaisa Marcus, 30, left for her native Norway this morning, sighing as she met her mother and father in Oslo as she fled on an almost empty plane.
In Kabul, the baby was handed over to the US Army on the perimeter of the airport
No way. Visas, Afghans and Afghans must negotiate their way through this crowd (pictured today) if they want to get to the airport. Kaisa said the human tide outside the airport was only getting worse
Exclusively speaking to MailOnline, she described the chaotic scenes at Kabul airport, where a grieving mother tried to force her to take a child with her to the “lonely sadness” of a rescue vehicle with only a few people in it.
“Thousands of people are trying to get to the airport. Once upon a time, we found a large group of Afghan-Americans trying to board a military plane through the gates.
“There were crying children who were separated from their parents, at least three children, who probably had their desperate mothers to hand over to the soldiers,” said Kaisa.
“Once on the plane we waited for hours on the asphalt for people to cross. But in the end we had to fly. “I just felt sad because the flight was very empty.”
In a four-day battle to land in Europe, Kaisa, a partner of former British soldier Paul Penn Farting, was nearly killed in a stampede outside Kabul airport and placed in a safe house.
He told today how he arrived at Kabul airport early yesterday morning, found thousands of locals blockading the barbed wire fence, and tried to force some military planes to evacuate the West.
Reunited. Kaisa Marcus, 30, arrived in her native Norway this morning to paint and breathe a sigh of relief when she met her mother and father in Oslo.
Women and children were trampled on in Kabul today in the latest footage from the airport as the Taliban drove Western countries out of Afghanistan.
The Norwegian Kaisa evacuation flight was almost empty. He said. But in the end we had to fly. “I just felt sad because the flight was very empty.”
She’s pregnant American friend, who runs the Nowzad Animal Sanctuary created by her partner Penn, had to physically make their way through the sea of men, women, and children to reach the entrance.
As soon as they arrived, they had to catch the attention of American soldiers guarding the checkpoint, who had to examine their documents with their permission.
While waiting for an hour to process the horses, they had to stay in the throng near the gate, madly trying to avoid being left behind in the crowd, out of sight of the soldiers.
Eventually, they shook. Kaisa accompanied her American friend to a US recycling center before leaving for a Norwegian office.
After his passport and documents were re-checked, he boarded an almost empty military plane, which remained on the tarmac for several hours, waiting for his former Norwegian friends to land.
However, the chaos outside the Kabul airport և the mess could only be overcome by a few swindlers և the plane had to fly with only a handful of passengers.
The Plane Invoice plane arrived in Georgia early in the morning, catching a connecting commercial flight to Oslo.
Kaisa said. “I am just happy to be home.
“There are thousands of desperate, terrified people in Afghanistan who are afraid for their lives by the Taliban leaders, those people who gather around Kabul airport looking for a way out.
“There are four gates to the airport, each surrounded by crowds.
“The problem is that if you do not have valid documents to go through the gate, the soldiers will not let you.
“It should be clear to people, because at the moment the whole family is sleeping roughly outside the perimeter fence, hoping that somehow they will reach it.
“And for those who have seats on flights outside Afghanistan, no one can cross the Kabul airport outside the human wave. It does not get better, it gets worse as people get more desperate.
“We have to somehow make people understand that it does not make sense to get out of the airport if you do not have the relevant documents. They will not enter, they will only risk their lives. ”
“The Taliban is calm and logical to negotiate. “I think we have a few days left, but we do not have much time to find a solution to get our employees to safety.”
The journey home to Kaisa began on Tuesday when she and her friend tried to reach the airport but were thwarted by a large crowd outside, encouraged by the fact that some locals had earlier breached security and forced their way onto military aircraft. .
To hold back the Americans, the American soldiers fired warning shots at the people, which caused panic and confusion.
Following the ensuing uproar, Caesar and his friend almost stepped on it, wandering in confusion, wandering the streets in confusion.
Fortunately, their friends took them to separate houses in Kabul, where he was able to assure 52-year-old Penny that he was not in danger.
Although Taliban militants were patrolling outside in AK47 trucks, several meetings with them were positive.
Recalling his first dramatic experience earlier this week, he said: “It was not a pleasant experience at all.
“There were very scared people who just wanted a way out. A woman tried to hand me over to her child and said: It just doesn’t work that way.
– He had to be desperate to do that.
A smiling boy walks through a U.S. checkpoint as he walks through a security checkpoint at Kabul airport on Wednesday.
Now the Taliban militants have surrounded Kabul airport, deciding who should enter and who should leave. Checkpoints were set up on both the south side of the airport and the north side of the military, and shots were fired at both locations to deter the crowd.
Satellite imagery revealed the extent of the crisis at Kabul airport, and cars piled up near the southern civilian entrance, north of the military entrance, which are visible from satellites.
“It was impossible to reach the gate because there were much stronger men in front of us, but when the soldiers’ shots were fired, people started running in all directions. We had to focus on not falling under the weight. of the crowd.
“I was more worried about my boyfriend because he was pregnant, but we somehow found out, but at that time we were alone in Kabul.
“We were taken to two separate places in the city, where we waited 48 hours before trying again.”
The Taliban have declared a curfew across the country at 10 p.m. From 00 to 4: During the period of 00.
He continued us.
– We reached the gate, having to push ourselves. You must be able to visually communicate with the American soldiers guarding it և be able to hand over the relevant documents to them
“But while you wait, you have to somehow hold on to the crowd և not let people push in front of you.” It is easy to get lost in the crowd, և if they do not see you, the soldiers can not let you in.
“Getting to the airport was a huge relief. I approached my friend at the US Recycling Center, it was contagious.
“There was a large group of people, Afghan-Americans, trying to board a military plane. There were weeping children separated from their parents, at least three children who had to be handed over to soldiers by their desperate mothers.
“The Norwegian recycling center was much quieter, but we had to wait for several hours on the asphalt, waiting for people to approach, but of course they could not because of the crowd outside the airport.
“Norwegian soldiers were in charge of the Kabul hospital, but were called up to the airport to help bring former relatives home safely. They took good care of me.
– But in the end, I was one of the few passengers who flew to Georgia. The plane was almost empty.
“It was a sad reminder that our governments must sit down with the Taliban and somehow stand in the way of stopping thousands of people gathering outside the airport.”
Kaisa’s partner Penn, originally from Essex, has vowed to stay in the Kabul sanctuary until his 25 employees and their immediate family, a total of 71, are given safe passage through Afghanistan.
He served with the Royal Marine Corps in Helmand in 2006 and later set up the Novzad Sanctuary after falling in love with a stray dog during a tour.
The charity, sponsored by Ricky Ware’s Dam Judy Dench, is Afghanistan’s first official animal sanctuary, caring for more than 140 dogs, 60 cats, 24 donkeys and some horses.
Father Roon Marcus said: “I did not think I would see him two days ago. It’s almost a little unreal. That’s fantastic. We are very relieved.
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