On April 14 this year, the United Kingdom announced that it would withdraw its troops from Afghanistan.Yes it’s like United StatesIt was also announced that, 20 years after the 2001 attacks, they will withdraw their troops from the country on September 11 next year.
Why did Britain withdraw its troops from Afghanistan?
According to the English newspaper era, Britain will withdraw its troops from Afghanistan before September 11 next year, and the United States will also withdraw its troops. In response, a spokesperson for the British government told the news agency Agence France-Presse Britain’s presence in South Asian countries will undergo any changes “After reaching an agreement with allies and negotiating with our partners”Without confirming or rejecting the information.
He also pointed out that Britain is working closely with the United States, NATO and other partners to make Afghanistan safe and stable.In fact, the source commented “In order to have any chance of lasting peace, the Taliban must engage in meaningful dialogue with the Afghan government”.
U.S. announced its withdrawal from Afghanistan
As we mentioned before US President Barack Obama announced on Tuesday that he will unconditionally withdraw troops from Afghanistan before September 11.. Yes, only 20 years have passed since the 2001 attacks on the Pentagon and the Petronas Twin Towers.
But the United Kingdom and the United States are not the only ones who will withdraw their troops. Well, according to the German government, NATO soldiers will most likely also leave Afghanistan in September this year.. “We always say: we are together, we go out together”German Defense Minister Angelt Kramp Karenbauer said Wednesday.
*Information from era