Withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, a new claim of the American newspaper came to light
Washington: The American newspaper made a big claim about the next plan of the Biden administration after the new date of withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan came to light.
According to the report of the foreign news agency, the American newspaper New York Times has claimed in the article related to the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan that the United States has a plan to deploy a new force in the neighborhood of Afghanistan.
According to the American newspaper, the Pentagon is considering the deployment of a force to prevent instability in the region, the purpose of the Pentagon is to prevent Afghanistan from becoming a base of terrorism again.
According to the New York Times, the United States is in contact with allies to deploy a force in Afghanistan’s neighborhood, with new forces likely to be deployed in Tajikistan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
It may be recalled that US President Joe Biden yesterday announced a new date for the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan and praised Pakistan’s role in the Afghan peace talks.
“The withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan will begin on May 1, 2021, and all US troops will leave Afghanistan by September 11,” he said.
“I am the fourth president to have US troops in Afghanistan. I will not hand over this responsibility to the fifth president. The United States has achieved its goals in Afghanistan,” Biden said.
“The Taliban and the Afghan government have assured the United States of a peaceful future and have made it clear that Afghan territory will not be used against allies, and that diplomatic and humanitarian work will continue in Afghanistan,” Biden said.