An aircraft carrying 80 Poles and their Afghan colleagues evacuated from Kabul landed in Warsaw late on Wednesday night.
An aircraft carrying Poles and their Afghani colleagues evacuated from Kabul has taken off from Uzbekistan, according to Flightradar24 data, and should land in Warsaw around 22.25 Polish time.
The prime minister has pledged support for cities willing to take refugees fleeing Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said: "We have evacuated Poles, people cooperating with us, from Kabul and Afghanistan to Uzbekistan.” He added: “A Dreamliner is flying from Poland to Afghanistan to transport the first 50 people to the country."
A deputy foreign minister said on Wednesday that preparations for a Polish evacuation from Afghanistan were made last week and decisions were taken at the weekend.
A Polish deputy foreign minister has announced that two Polish women, including one accompanied by her husband, have left Afghanistan aboard a plane sent by an allied country.
The EU, Nato and the International Olympic Committee have asked Poland to help in evacuating scores of people from Afghanistan, the Polish prime minister said on Tuesday.
Poland is sending three aircraft to Afghanistan to evacuate around 100 people, the head of Prime Minister's office said on Tuesday morning.
Poland is closely monitoring the situation in Afghanistan and the first plane will soon head to Afghanistan to evacuate people who require care, the prime minister announced on Facebook on Monday.
Former Polish defence and foreign ministers, and a former Polish ambassador to Afghanistan, have appealed to Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau for help in evacuating from Kabul Afghans who cooperated with Poles during their NATO mission in Afghanistan.