Couple is considering complaint against agency after attack in Afghanistan
A Dutch couple that an attack by the Taliban, survived during a trip through Afghanistan considering the British travel agency where they have their trip booked for the right to drag.
The man (73) years old and the wife (70) travelled in August with a van with eight other tourists by the north-west of Afghanistan when they were shot at by a antitankwapen, reports the Volkskrant on Saturday.
It is the first time that the couple to the outside occurs with the story of the attack. Earlier it was not yet known that among the people that the attack were also Dutch people were, reports the newspaper.
Because the projectile eventually the rechtervoorwiel hit, hit no one in the bus was seriously wounded. The Dutch woman was about twenty shrapnel hit. The damage was not by insurers because that usually attacks non-payment.
A British traveler that the attack also attended the English Hinterland Travel now sued. The lawsuit is on the 21st of February in England. The Dutch couple also says a lawsuit is to consider if the British tourist in the equal footing.
The couple shall not enter now into the great outdoors with their story because they and other people want to warn you to not go to Afghanistan, they are saying in the Volkskrant.
They beat the negative travel advice by the Dutch state for the country has issued in the wind and let themselves convince by the English travel company to by unsafe area to travel, they say.