Biden To Pull Troops From Afghanistan Before 9/11 Attack Anniversary: Report

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Biden To Pull Troops From Afghanistan Before 9/11 Attack Anniversary: Report

Hundreds of American and allied troops have died in combating in Afghanistan (File)

Washington:

President Joe Biden has determined to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11, 2021, 20 years to the day after al Qaeda’s assaults triggered America’s longest battle, three sources accustomed to the choice instructed Reuters.

Nevertheless, the withdrawal can be primarily based on sure safety and human rights ensures, the sources mentioned, talking on situation of anonymity forward of the formalization of the choice. The sources didn’t present additional particulars.

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and U.S. Protection Secretary Lloyd Austin are anticipated to temporary the choice to NATO allies in Brussels on Wednesday. Biden might also publicly announce his resolution, the sources mentioned.

Biden’s resolution, ought to or not it’s confirmed, would miss a Could 1 deadline for withdrawal agreed with Taliban insurgents by his predecessor Donald Trump’s administration. In a press release final month, the Taliban threatened to renew hostilities towards international troops in Afghanistan if they didn’t meet the Could 1 deadline.

However it will nonetheless set a near-term date with withdrawal, probably allaying Taliban considerations that Biden would drag out the method.

The Could 1 deadline had already began to look much less and fewer probably in current weeks, given the dearth of preparations on the bottom to make sure it could possibly be accomplished in a secure and accountable method. U.S. officers have additionally blamed the Taliban for failing to reside as much as commitments to scale back violence and a few have warned about persistent Taliban hyperlinks to al Qaeda.

It was these ties that triggered U.S. navy intervention in 2001 following al Qaeda’s Sept. 11 assaults on New York and Washington as a result of the Taliban had harbored al Qaeda leaders.

Hundreds of American and allied troops have died in combating in Afghanistan.

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV workers and is printed from a syndicated feed.)

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