Biden to Withdraw U.S. Forces From Afghanistan by Sept 11th

Biden to Withdraw U.S. Forces From Afghanistan by Sept 11th

President Joe Biden announced on Wednesday that he would withdraw US combat troops from Afghanistan by September 11 and end the role of the United States, which was the longest war.

The dismissal of about 3,000 US military personnel coincided with the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, and spurred US entry into the long-term war in the Middle East.

“It’s time to end the longest war in America,” Biden said. “It’s time for the US military to return home.”

“I am currently the fourth US President to oversee the US military presence in Afghanistan. Two Republicans. Two Democrats. I will not transfer this responsibility to the fifth.” Biden said the US mission would be dedicated to providing support. Support diplomacy.

In his speech, Biden called for the military service of his son, Beau Biden. Beau Biden was sent to Iraq for a year and then died of cancer in 2015. Serve in the war zone.

A sequence of Afghan governments have didn’t maintain management over huge sections of the nation, the essence of the American navy’s “clear, maintain, construct” technique for years after the preliminary invasion. Whereas a succession of Afghan leaders, supported by the US and its allies, promised to struggle corruption, finish the drug scourge and set up steady governance, all of these positive aspects have proved fragile at finest.

In a press release on Twitter, President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan mentioned his nation “respects the U.S. resolution and we’ll work with our U.S. companions to make sure a clean transition.” He added that his nation’s safety forces had been “absolutely able to defending its individuals.”

According to the agreement, all foreign troops will leave Afghanistan by May 2021. The majority of the country’s military comes from Europe and partner countries. Currently, there are about 2,500 US military personnel in Afghanistan.

Under the agreement, the Taliban promised not to allow terrorist groups to use Afghanistan as a base to launch attacks on the United States or its allies, and agreed to negotiate peace with the central government of Kabul. did. Biden said the United States would bind the Taliban to its promise.

“We hold the Taliban responsible for its commitment to not allow terrorists to threaten the United States or its allies from the soil of Afghanistan. The Afghan government has also made that commitment to us, and we are The threats we are facing today with their full attention. “

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