Ariana News Agency: The United States has offered compensation to the families of the victims of the Kabul airstrike.
“The United States stands ready to compensate the families of the victims of the Kabul airport airstrike,” said Colin Call, the US Deputy Secretary of Defense for Political-Military Affairs.
He made the remarks in an interview with Stephen Cowan, President of the International Organization for Nutrition and Education (NEI).
According to a news source, US officials have offered to pay compensation to the relatives of the 10 people killed in Kabul on August 29.
Zamari Ahmadi, one of the dead in the incident, who was killed by US forces, was mistaken for ISIS.
Earlier, a number of news sources reported that relatives of the 10 people killed in the US airstrike in Kabul were waiting for US compensation.