U.S. President Biden Withdraw all U.S. troops Official sources reported on Tuesday that in the next few months, Afghanistan will be withdrawn from Afghanistan, and the entire process will be completed on the twentieth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attack.
The exit plan was “unconditional” and coordinated with NATO, Biden Will be officially announced this WednesdaySaid that the White House will not be able to fulfill its predecessor Donald Trump’s promise to withdraw all U.S. troops from the country before May 1.
However, Biden’s strategy sets the end date as The longest war in U.S. historyIt started after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001.
“Before May 1st, we will begin an orderly evacuation of the troops that are still there, and we plan to withdraw all American troops from the country. Before the 20th anniversary of 9/11A senior US official said at a telephone press conference on Tuesday: “This will be held in September.
The source, who requested anonymity, added: “Twenty years later, we will finally end the war in Afghanistan.”
The official said that Biden will not impose conditions on the Taliban or the Afghan government to complete the withdrawal.
He emphasized: “The president has concluded that the condition-based approach that has been adopted for the past two decades is the best way to stay in Afghanistan forever.”
Currently there are some 3,500 U.S. troops in AfghanistanIncluding 2,500 military personnel and 1,000 members of the special forces; NATO also retains another 7,000 soldiers in the country, these soldiers are not Americans, but from other alliance countries and partners, such as Georgia.
United States se “Coordination with NATO and its partners The source said that “withdrawal of troops within the same time period determined by Biden.”
The official admitted: “For a long time, we have known that military power will not solve everything that happened in Afghanistan.” Biden hopes to adopt a strategy.Diplomats supporting the peace process” Between the Afghan government and the Taliban.
The insurgent group warned in March that if the United States does not fulfill its commitment to withdraw all troops by May, it will consider Violated the agreement reached last year In Doha, no new offensive has been ruled out.
In this regard, US officials emphasized that Washington has made it clear to the Taliban:Will respond forcefullye “Any attacks against their troops during the gradual withdrawal.