Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) announced on Thursday that it is suspending flights to Afghanistan because of what it describes as unenforceable conditions imposed by the Taliban . The airline said conditions had worsened since the Taliban formed a new Afghan government last month and The PIA and its headquarters in Kabul have been treated very harshly by the new [Taliban] commanders. The PIA said the commanders havehad changed regulations and flight clearances at the last moment or decided on a whim rather than following international regulations. The statement also claimed that PIA's representative in the country was held at gunpoint for hours as he left Pakistan's embassy compound on Taliban suspicion of aid and assistance encouragement to people seeking to flee Afghanistan. PIA also accused the Afghan aviation ministry of halving the number of passengers on a flight this week who was already registering. This resulted in the dismissal of 176 people, fleeing for their lives, by airline officials, causing the airline to lose nearly half a million dollars due to the costs of the airline. higher insurance, said the airlineborn.