The White House ignored a Reuters report that claimed President Biden urged Afghan President President Hamid Karzai to solve the “perception” problem during Taliban operations.
Biden stated to Ashraf Gaani: “I don’t need to tell You the views of some parts of the World and parts of Afghanistan. I think that the fight against Taliban is not progressing well. Transcript and audio reviewed by Reuters news agency.
Biden allegedly told his Afghan counterparts that he had spoken to them: “And it’s necessary, regardless of whether it’s true or false, to paint another picture.”
The Afghan president fled quickly, and the country was disintegrated. Taliban invaded Kabul, forcing Americans to flee in large numbers. 13 American soldiers were killed.
Jen Psaki (White House Press Secretary) rebutted to this question on Wednesday.
According to the Herald’s recording of a press conference, Psaki stated: “I won’t participate in private diplomacy or leak phone records.”
“But what can I reiterate is that we have said many times that nobody expected… The Taliban will be in a position to take over Afghanistan as quickly and that the Afghan National Security Forces (Afghan National Security Forces) will withdraw as quickly as them do,” she stated. .
At the same time, the UN’s food stocks in Afghanistan may be exhausted this month. A senior official warned on Wednesday that threats will add to the hunger crisis in the country’s new Taliban rulers as they try to Stability was restored after ten years of war.
Ramiz Alakbarov is the UN’s head of humanitarian affairs in Afghanistan. He said that around one-third of Afghanistan’s 38 million inhabitants don’t know if they can eat every single day.
UN officials had earlier said that only 39% needed to complete overall aid work had been received.