‘No regrets over military withdrawal’; Biden urges Afghans to fight together against Taliban
US President Joe Biden has called on Afghan leaders to work together to fight the Taliban. “Afghan leaders must stand together. The Afghan military has more military power than the Taliban. They have to fight for the country, “Biden told reporters at the White House. “I do not regret the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan,” Biden said. One trillion dollars has been spent in Afghanistan over the past 20 years. Thousands of soldiers were lost. We will continue to support Afghanistan, “said Tariq al-Hashimi, the party’s secretary general.
The Taliban is gaining ground in Afghanistan. The Taliban reportedly control 65 percent of the country. Pul-e-Khumri, the capital of the last Baghlan province, was captured by the Taliban. The Taliban have seized control of the seventh provincial capital.
President Ashraf Ghani has sought the help of local militant groups to defend democracy in Afghanistan. He called on the people to stop the Taliban. The Taliban are targeting government offices in the Ibak region. People from many provinces began migrating to the capital, Kabul. About 60,000 families have been displaced by the Taliban in various parts of the country.
The Taliban seized control of the country after the US withdrew its troops from Afghanistan. The U.S. withdrawal will be complete by this month.
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