The President of the United States will confirm the announcement of the withdrawal of US troops from the country on Wednesday. Therefore, he maintained the goals of his predecessor Donald Trump, only to postpone the deadline of May 1 to September 11.
The longest war in American history is in Afghanistan, and it will end on September 11, twenty years after the war started. President Joe Biden will confirm this on Wednesday, April 14th, the day after the announcement by senior officials in his current administration. On that day, almost all American troops will withdraw from this theater. There will only be a task force dedicated to the security of the US Embassy in Kabul.
After Joe Biden arrived at the White House, he inherited the promise of his predecessor, Donald Trump.Yes In May, in accordance with the historic first agreement reached with the Taliban insurgents, an agreement was reached on February 29, 2020 in Doha, Qatar. Before deciding on the fate of the 3,000 soldiers still deployed in the country, the Democratic Party spent some time checking the situation.
A report issued by US intelligence agencies on Tuesday confirmed that although the White House focused on the terrorist threat that disappeared from Afghan territory in 2001 on the same day, there are still several ways to end the unsuccessful intervention. The report is pessimistic about the possibility of a political agreement between the insurgents and the Kabul government and the latter’s ability to resist them militarily.
According to this analysis, the United States therefore cannot benefit from overtime. On the contrary, an independent report by Joseph Dunford, the former Chief of Staff of the United States Army suggests this.The latter requested an extension of the maintenance period in February “In order to give the peace process enough time to achieve acceptable results.”
As the White House defended its unconditional evacuation on September 11 on Tuesday, “We are in 2021, not 2001”. “We must continue to work tirelessly to coordinate with our Afghan partners and other allies to prevent Afghanistan from becoming a base from which terrorists can attack the United States again.”, “By reserving a large amount of resources in the area to deal with the possibility of terrorist threats reappearing” In Afghanistan, “And forcing the Taliban to respect their promises” She said that she opposed the reconstruction of terrorist shelters in the country.
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