Joe Biden (Joe Biden) announced that the US task force will be completely withdrawn from Afghanistan on September 11. The President of Afghanistan said that he respects Washington’s decision.
The head of American foreign affairs, Antony Blinken, arrived in Afghanistan on Thursday, April 15 for a surprise visit. Mr. Blingen will meet with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and senior US officials in Afghanistan to introduce the Biden administration’s plan to withdraw all US troops by the 20th (September 11).E Anniversary of the 2001 attack.
“I am here, shortly after the President’s speech last night [mercredi], The purpose is to literally show that we are continuing to participate in Afghan activities through our presence”Mr. Brinken told the U.S. Embassy. “This partnership is changing, but this partnership is still going on”, He added in a meeting with President Ghani.
Joe Biden said on Wednesday that the time is up “End America’s Longest War”, Was triggered after the attack on September 11, 2001.The resignation of Americans will occur within a few months after the January 1 deadlineYes This was included in the agreement reached between former President Donald Trump and the Taliban in February 2020, when negotiations between Kabul and the insurgents were at a deadlock and there was no sign that the violence would decrease.
The 2,500 U.S. soldiers still in the country will be evacuated from January 1.Yes In May, together with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The Atlantic Alliance’s “Resolute Support” mission summoned 9,600 soldiers from 36 countries.
President Ghani said “respect” Considering that the Afghan forces are “Fully capable of defending our people and our country”Many observers are skeptical. The Taliban did not welcome the passing of the deadline. “If the agreement is violated and the foreign troops do not leave our country on the due date, (…) There will definitely be problems, and those who don’t comply with the agreement will be held accountable.”The Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid was warned on Wednesday.