Among the final preparations for the withdrawal of Pentagon groups, the Taliban claim that almost 90 percent of the territory is in Afghanistan, including a major border crossing with Iran. In total they control 250 of the country’s 398 districts.
The process of withdrawing U.S. forces and their allies has created a vacuum, which represents an incalculable challenge to the administration and heightened fears about the survival of the Afghan government, expert Rebecca Kiel said in a comment Friday at The Hill. Magazine.
These events confirm the recent assessments of experts and US intelligence agencies about the recent achievements of the rebels, a scene that raises fears that they will occupy Kabul after leaving the United States, what do critics of President Joe Biden compare? It took place in the final days of the war of aggression against Vietnam.
However, in his most recent speech on the issue on Thursday, the Democratic president flatly rejected those comparisons, making it clear that the Taliban could not be compared remotely in terms of capabilities with Vietnamese troops.
Therefore, he clarified, ‘or there will be situations where you see people being evicted from the roof of the US embassy in Afghanistan,’ which compares to the sudden departure in 1975 in Saigon (now Ho Chi Minh City).
In an interview with Fox News on Thursday, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said the U.S. military still has the capacity to support Afghan allies, even without a formal presence in the country, although about 650 soldiers are expected to remain in the country. The country that guards the US Embassy in Kabul and the Capital International Airport.
But senior defense officials told The New York Times that the Pentagon would be authorized to move an additional 300 troops to Afghanistan if needed for security or emergency reasons, at least until September.
According to the latest reports from the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), one of the so-called think tanks based in Washington, D.C., the initial goal of the United States should be to confirm the consensus not to return. Taliban United Arab Emirates.
CSIS scholars believe that the United States should not be completely excluded from its responsibilities in Afghanistan because it plays an important role, using its diplomatic weight both publicly and privately.
The US war in the Asian nation, which began in October 2001, has killed more than 47,240 civilians, according to special sources.
According to the Pentagon’s website, more than 2,400 American soldiers have been killed and more than 20,000 wounded in the war since 2001.
In this context, members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, as well as experts and veterans of the tournament, have a number of questions as to when the time for the withdrawal of North American military teams is coming to an end.
The Democratic president’s plans to withdraw troops from Afghanistan are a dream come true for the White House and the officials of that Asian nation.
A catastrophe in that process would have an impact on military operations and would have negative consequences for Biden and his democratic allies in the run-up to the 2022 midterm elections.
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