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Biden believes that a troop withdrawal “without the following chaos” would have been impossible
US President Joe Biden does not see in any way that the withdrawal from Afghanistan could happen without the dramatic images that are currently taking place around the world. In addition, US forces could stay in the country longer than planned. More in the live stream.
WLPresident Joe Biden described the “chaos” in the path of troop withdrawal from Afghanistan as inevitable. In an interview that was broadcast in part on Wednesday With the American television station ABC When asked if the trigger could have been handled differently, Biden answered “No.” He doesn’t see how this could have happened “without the following mess”.
Biden also alluded to the problems of evacuating Afghans from Kabul due to Taliban actions. Biden said the Islamists would show they were cooperative and allow US citizens and embassy staff to leave the country. Regarding the evacuation of former Afghan officials and the US armed forces, Biden said there was a “slightly bigger problem” in getting them out.
The Taliban set up checkpoints in front of the airport under their control in Kabul. According to reports, many Afghans, as well as some foreigners, were not allowed into the airport. Even the US government advises Americans that they cannot guarantee their safety on the way to the airport. The airport itself is now under the control of the US military. According to the military, the commander of US forces there is in regular contact with the Taliban leader, who has the upper hand over the area around the airport.
Biden also did not rule out the survival of US forces in Kabul after August 31 (August). “If there are still American citizens, we will stay until we get them all out,” Biden said. It now depends on how things continue in the coming days and whether 5,000 to 7,000 people will soon be able to travel per day. “If that’s the case, they’ll all come out.”
Regarding Afghan aid workers, Biden said, “The obligation is to get everyone we can get out and everyone who needs to be taken out,” Biden said. Biden spoke of about 50,000 to 65,000 aid workers, including their families. The goal remains to complete the evacuation process by August 31. If you can’t do that, you’ll have to check who’s still there. Originally, the military wanted to complete the withdrawal from Afghanistan at the end of August.