January 26, 2022


Complete News World

Joe Biden raises troops in Afghanistan, Taliban warn

Chairman of United States, Joe Biden, Reiterated its conclusion Exclude US forces from this Afghanistan Despite the Taliban’s rapid advances, he promised to send more troops to evacuate civilians and warned the rebels not to threaten the mission.

After consulting your National Security Council, பிடன் The total was said to be “approximately 5,000” American soldiers, Compared to the current 3,000, will be used to streamline the outflows and the outcome of the US mission After 20 years in the field.

He warned that any action that “endangers American personnel or our mission will face a rapid and strong U.S. military response.”

Notice of பிடன் The rebels captured the main northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif and continued their rapid march towards the capital, Kabul.

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Saturday promised that “war on the people will not allow more casualties” and said talks were underway to end the war without providing further details.

State Secretary United StatesAnthony Blingen was part of that team பிடன் Consulted with Connie on Saturday, spoke on the phone, his spokesman said. “They talked about the urgency of the current diplomatic and political efforts To reduce violenceSpokesman Nate Price said.

Joe Biden defends the withdrawal of forces

Previously, the central command United States He said more troops had arrived in Kabul to ensure the safe evacuation of embassy staff and Afghan civilians working for US forces.

See also  What is the value of the dollar in Chile: Today, Saturday, January 22 | Today's dollar | Dollar value for Chilean peso | Central Bank | TDEX | NNDC | | Economy

The Pentagon estimates About 30,000 people have to be evacuated Before completing your withdrawal Afghanistan August 31, the deadline was established பிடன். The Democrat leader’s decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan has been criticized for exploding the country’s military, but Biden has accused Donald Trump to some extent of having no choice.

“When I took over the presidency, I received the agreement made by my predecessor … which left the Taliban in a strong military position since 2001 and set a deadline of May 1, 2021 for US forces,” he said. பிடன்.

“I was faced with a choice: I would stick to the agreement with a brief extension to safely pull our forces and the forces of our allies, or to increase our presence and send more U.S. troops to fight back the civil conflict in another country,” he added.

Biden defended his decision to withdraw the US military Afghanistan: “I was the fourth president in the presence of US troops in Afghanistan: two Republicans, two Democrats. I do not want to send this war to a fifth place, I will not.”

(With information from AFP)

Subscribe to our newsletters

RPP Notices offers a wide range of options to inform you during the week on topics of interest to you, from current political information and health emergency, technical and recreational recommendations due to Govt-19. Subscribe to your favorite newsletter.

Our podcast

RPP Reports | RPP’s Media Team brings you the latest research and advances in health, culture, science, economics, services and society.