The US authorities offered to pay compensation to the relatives of 10 people who died in the American air strike in Kabul on August 29, TASS reported referring to The New York Times.

According to the publication, the amount of the proposed payments was not disclosed.

The newspaper noted that the Pentagon and the State Department are working to take out the surviving members of the family to the United States.

Afghanistan International reported Wednesday that the relatives of ten people killed in the US airstrike are awaiting the promised compensation from the American leadership.