As United States’ troops proceed to withdraw from Afghanistan after many years of tenting within the conflict-ridden nation waging its promised “war on terror”, the Taliban has as soon as once more resumed its assault on Afghan cities. The White House, being attentive to the evolving scenario, stated that US president Joe Biden will ship a significant coverage speech on Afghanistan as we speak and an replace on the drawdown of troops.
Biden will announce his Afghanistan coverage after a gathering together with his nationwide safety group, confirmed White House press secretary Jen Psaki. The US president can be offered on the assembly with a periodic replace on the progress of the navy drawdown from Afghanistan.
“Early tomorrow afternoon, the President will make comments on our continued drawdown efforts and ongoing security and humanitarian assistance to the ANDSF (Afghan National Defence and Security Forces) and the Afghan people,” Psaki stated.
The US president is of the opinion that there isn’t a “military solution” to a struggle spanning nicely over twenty years, the White House stated whereas offering a short on Biden’s Afghanistan coverage. “He has lengthy felt there was not a navy resolution. Diplomatic negotiations,” Psaki advised reporters overseas Air Force One.
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However, the US won’t fully look away from Afghanistan, the White House has assured. The Biden-Harris administration has made it a degree to focus on to Afghan leaders that America will proceed to offer humanitarian and safety help. We intend to proceed to have a diplomatic presence on the bottom in Kabul, even after we deliver the servicemen and girls dwelling on the finish of August. So, that may be a mechanism for that,” she stated.
The US navy exit from Afghanistan earlier than September 11 stems from the February 2020 settlement Washington signed with the Taliban in return for counterterrorism ensures and pledges the group would negotiate a political settlement to the struggle with the Afghan authorities.
(With inputs from PTI)
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