The Biden administration has now set the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks as the new deadline for troops to remain in Afghanistan.
The President said that he has consulted allies, military leaders, lawmakers and Vice President Kamala Harris to help in the decision to withdraw all US troops by September 11.
Biden said in his address to the country on Wednesday that America cannot continue to supply resources continuously in this war. “We cannot continue to increase our military presence in Afghanistan and hope to create an ideal situation for the withdrawal of troops so that different results will be obtained,” he said.
I will not leave it for the fifth president
Biden said, “I am the fourth president of the United States during whose tenure American soldiers are present in Afghanistan.” Two Republican presidents and two Democrats. I will not leave this responsibility for the fifth president. “The President said that he has consulted allies, military leaders, lawmakers and Vice President Kamala Harris to help in the decision to return all US troops by September 11. On 11 September in the US, a fatal attack was carried out two decades ago.
Will support Taliban and Afghan peace talks
Biden is emphasizing that his administration will continue to support peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban, and will support international efforts to train the Afghan army. He said, “It is time to end America’s longest war.” It is time for American soldiers to return home. ”