Afghan, Taliban & Biden

U.S. and Taliban¬†sign agreement on a peace deal¬†and serve as the preliminary terms for the U.S. withdrawal from the Afghanistan by May 2021. By August 2021, still the US withdrawal was not completed even Biden announced that by 9/11 US troop withdrawal will be completed. Now, Afghan Taliban took over the country and now it is named as “Islamic Emirates of Afghanistan”.

The situation is so intense for people living in Afghanistan especially foreigners. US and Pakistan are trying their best to help the effected people to bring them out to a safe place. As Taliban are announcing that Islamic shariah will be imposed in Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan. A very intense situation happened at many important places in the country especially the airports. Last time in the news, the planes were unable to take off and the staff of control tower leave the ACT by saying that pilots have right to do what they feel important and safe for them and the passengers they are taking.

Now while aiming the Biden said:

long way to go and a lot could still go wrong between the withdrawal of US and Afghan allies from Kabul after the Taliban took control of Afghanistan a week ago. A lot can happen.

He said that his administration could extend the August 31 deadline for withdrawing from Afghanistan. Since July, 33,000 people have been evacuated.

The withdrawal, announced earlier this year, is surrounded by chaos and Biden’s administration is facing huge criticism on the withdrawal issue.

Secretary of State Anthony told Fox News in an interview that 8,000 people had been evacuated from Kabul on 60 flights in the past 24 hours. He also added that the United States has also reached agreements with about two dozen countries on four continents that are helping or will soon help move people out of Kabul.

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