Hamid Safi, a 29-year-old taxi driver who had found baby Sohail Ahmadi in the airport, cries as he hands over Sohail to his grandfather Mohammad Qasem Razawi in Kabul, Afghanistan, January 8, 2022.An infant boy handed in desperation to a soldier across an airport wall in the chaos of the American evacuation of Afghanistan has been found and was reunited with his relatives in Kabul on Saturday (January 8). REUTERS/Ali Khara

Farima Safi, wife of Hamid Safi, a taxi driver who had found baby Sohail Ahmadi in the airport, weeps as she feeds Sohail at her house in Kabul, Afghanistan, January 8, 2022. The baby, Sohail Ahmadi, was just two months old when he went missing on Aug. 19 as thousands of people rushed to leave Afghanistan as it fell to the Taliban. REUTERS/Ali Khara

Baby Sohail Ahmadi sits inside the house of Hamid Safi, a taxi driver who had found Sohail in the airport, in Kabul, Afghanistan, January 7, 2022. After more than seven weeks of negotiations and pleas, and ultimately a brief detention by Taliban police, Safi finally handed the child back to his jubilant grandfather and other relatives still in Kabul. REUTERS/Ali Khara

Farima Safi, wife of Hamid Safi, a taxi driver who had found baby Sohail Ahmadi in the airport, feeds Sohail at her house in Kabul, Afghanistan, January 7, 2022. REUTERS/Ali Khara

Baby Sohail Ahmadi drinks milk from a bottle inside the house of Hamid Safi, a taxi driver who had found Sohail in the airport, in Kabul, Afghanistan, January 7, 2022. REUTERS/Ali Khara

Hamid Safi, a 29-year-old taxi driver who had found baby Sohail Ahmadi in the airport, holds Sohail as he poses with his wife Farima Safi in his house in Kabul, Afghanistan, January 7, 2022. REUTERS/Ali Khara