President of the United States Joe bidenHe announced that they will withdraw from Afghanistan from May 1. “The US withdrawal process will be credible and fully coordinated with the allies. We will leave Afghanistan by the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks,” Biden said.
In a speech at the White House, Biden announced a timetable for the 2,500 remaining US troops in Afghanistan.
President of the United States in October 2001 George w kolReminding that the United States has started bombing terrorist targets in Afghanistan, Biden stressed that the United States made such a decision after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Biden stressed that they will never forget the victims of the September 11 attacks.
Noting that they are trying to prevent Afghanistan from becoming a base for re-terrorist attacks against the United States, Biden stressed that the United States will not continue the period of expanding its military presence in Afghanistan.
“I am the fourth person to lead Afghanistan in the presence of American troops. There have been two Republicans and two Democrats. I will not pass this responsibility on to the fifth president,” Biden said.
“We will not hurry to leave”
President Biden said he had consulted with allied and partner countries, military and intelligence experts, diplomats, Congress and Vice President Kamala Harris, and that “it is time to end America’s longest war. It is time for American troops to return home.”
Stating that the Donald Trump administration has set May 1 as the deadline for the withdrawal of the remaining 2,500 American troops in Afghanistan, Biden said, “We will start withdrawing our last troops on May 1.”
“We want more than anything from Pakistan, Russia, China, India and Turkey”
Biden thanked his allies and partners in the United States, who have been in Afghanistan for nearly 20 years, and said, “Until the 20th anniversary of the September 11 treacherous attack, US troops will leave Afghanistan with our NATO allies and operational partners.”
Stating that they continue to support peace talks between the Taliban and Afghanistan, Biden said, “As we continue to defend the rights of Afghan women and girls, we will provide significant humanitarian and development support. We will also support other countries in the region, especially Pakistan, Russia, China, India and Turkey.” We will ask them to do more for us, “he said.