‘…then the consequences will be dire’
US President Joe Biden has promised his citizens trapped in Afghanistan that they will get them out safely. Biden has also said that his government will also take steps to protect the Afghan people who support the US military. Along with this, he has also warned the Taliban.
- promised to help the people of afghan
- Soldiers will return after the return of civilians
- Biden has justified the decision to withdraw troops
Washington: US President Joe Biden, who is facing criticism over Afghanistan, has warned the Taliban and promised to evacuate every citizen safely. At the same time, he has also said that the Afghans who help America will also be taken care of. The President said that every American citizen who wants to return from Afghanistan will be brought back. At the same time, we are also committed to bring back the Afghan people who supported us during the 20 years of war in Afghanistan.
Afghan has 6000 Troops
US President Joe Biden said that 6,000 soldiers are on the spot to get everyone out of Afghanistan safely. He said that we have brought back 9,000 people safely from Afghanistan since August 14. While around 14,000 people have been evacuated since the end of July. In the last 24 hours, 11 chartered flights have been dispatched from there under the supervision of the US Army.
- ‘I don’t know what the result will be’
Biden said on Friday, ‘The campaign to evacuate people safely from Afghanistan is extremely risky and what will be its end result cannot be said. I am constantly talking in this regard, we will not allow anything to happen to our citizens at any cost. Any citizen who wants to come back, we will bring him home. We will also help those Afghans who supported us for the last 20 years.
- Said this thing on Airlif
The US President said that we have run the world’s largest rescue operation and it is one of the largest and most difficult airlifts in history. When our rescue mission is over, we will completely withdraw our army. Biden said he had made it clear to the Taliban that if any American civilians or soldiers were harmed, the consequences would be dire.