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NATO forces to leave together from Afghanistan, says US

NATO forces to leave together from Afghanistan, says US

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Wednesday that a coalition of NATO-led troops in Afghanistan will leave the country in coordination with a planned US withdrawal by Sep 11. Around 7,000 non-US forces from mainly NATO countries, but also from Australia, New Zealand and Georgia, are present in Afghanistan. Blinken is currently on a visit to Brussels.

Rocky 3 weeks

I know that Trump was already moving to make this happen and got us out of several conflict zones while also brokering amazing middle east peace deals, but this is a move I can support from Biden. (The first of his presidency) I believe the US should maintain a strong military, but we should not have troops in countries that don't have troops in ours or has taken hostile military action against us.

The Oracle8191
The Oracle8191 3 weeks

Biden announces he won't abide by American agreement to exit Afghanistan by May 1st. Media spins it as "Biden to pull out by 9/11."

good4you 3 weeks

did US & NATO win the war after millions of people died, town & villages destroyed, refugees fled all around the world that unable to land themselves a home, etc.. what exactly being achieved?

Glen 3 weeks

If this doesn't empower the terriost world wide, nothing will.

Nate Smith
Nate Smith 3 weeks

This will create a power vacuum

Scott Hallinan
Scott Hallinan 3 weeks

Anyone else notice liberal media is suddenly pro war again?

White mana matters
White mana matters 3 weeks

Thank you mister president! May those Who badmouthed you feel regret now.

Spaceghost 3 weeks

Weeeeeee! In comes ISIS!

Cole. 3 weeks

Great where are they sending them to next

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