Yesterday, an American official announced that the President of the United States, Joe Biden, had decided to keep the American forces in Afghanistan until after May 1, the date previously set in an agreement with the “Taliban” movement, provided that the forces would withdraw unconditionally by September 11th. Next.
The official told reporters in Washington, “We will begin an orderly withdrawal of the remaining forces before the first of May, and we expect to remove all American forces from Afghanistan before the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks,” stressing that this withdrawal will be coordinated and synchronized with the withdrawal of other NATO forces. .
He added, “We (the Taliban) informed us, without any confusion, that we would respond forcefully to any attack against American soldiers.”
Biden is scheduled to deliver a speech today on the US withdrawal from Afghanistan.
And former US President Donald Trump signed an agreement with the Taliban last year, under which he agreed to withdraw all US forces by next May.
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