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‘US withdrawal signaled to end of an era of military operations’, Biden remarks

| Updated: September 1, 2021 08:54

The US President Biden when pledged the mission to help those people leave Afghanistan continue, he also stated that America’s interest in Afghanistan was now over.

He further explained that the era of invading countries so as to install American values was no longer viable. The US no longer had a clear purpose in Afghanistan’s open-ended mission and the US withdrawal signaled to end of an era of military operations to remake other nations. The US withdrawal was rocked by the Taliban’s unexpected takeover of Afghanistan’s capital. Thousands of people tried to flee the Taliban by congregating outside gates of Kabul’s airport. More than 150 Americans were airlifted by helicopter off the root of a nearby hotel.

In his speech, Biden painted the withdrawal as an “extraordinary success” to mark the end of the war. He contended that the US military was prepared to deal with those events even though he then admitted that the US was caught off-guard by the quick collapse of the Afghan army. “This is the way the mission was designed. It was designed to operate under severe stress and attack, and that’s what it did,” Biden said.Biden paid tribute to the service members who were deployed to handle the withdrawal, including the 13 who died in the terrorist strike and praised their comrades who finished the mission.”For weeks they risked their lives to get American citizens, Afghans who helped us, citizens of our allies and partners, and others onboard planes and out of the country. And they did it facing the crush of enormous crowds seeking to leave the country,” Biden said.

The top US diplomat, Blinken noted that there are residents of Afghanistan with US passports who are still trying to determine if or not they should leave. To this Biden said that their commitment to them and to all Americans in Afghanistan and everywhere in the world continues. who have US passports who are trying to determine if they should leave. Biden said that he intends to hold the Taliban accountable to their commitment that those seeking to leave the country will be able to do so safely.

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