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Kabul, Afghanistan (AP) – Washington – President Joe Biden said Afghanistan until all Americans were evacuated, even if it meant maintaining a military presence there after the withdrawal deadline. He promises to keep the US military.
In an interview with ABC News’s George Stefanopoulos on Wednesday, Biden said the United States would “do everything itself” to oust the United States and its allies before the deadline. Biden has repeatedly pressured how the administration will support the remnants of Americans from Aug. 31, and finally claims that “if American citizens remain, they will remain until everyone leaves.” I did.
Up to 15,000 Americans remain in Afghanistan after the Taliban took full control of the country. The Biden administration was recently criticized for scenes of violence and disorder as thousands tried to flee as the Taliban moved forward.
But in the same interview, Biden suggested that the administration could do nothing to avoid such confusion. “For some reason, the idea that there is a way out without causing confusion, and I don’t know how that happens,” he said.
Details of the crisis in Afghanistan:
-Talibans forcibly dissolve rare protest days after the acquisition
– The rise of the mall marks a long way to Taliban rule
– The Taliban allow “safe passage” from Kabul by US air transport
-An amazing series of victories in the seven-day march of Taliban power
-American agencies are looking for websites to protect backward Afghans
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What else is happening:
The Washington-Biden administration has stopped selling all weapons to the Afghan government since the Taliban took over Afghanistan.
In a statement issued to defense executors on Wednesday, the State Department’s Bureau of Political and Military Affairs said hanging or unsubmitted arms transfers to Afghanistan were being considered.
“In light of the rapidly evolving situation in Afghanistan, the Defense Sales Administration is in the process of being drafted and issued to determine its suitability for promoting world peace, national security and US foreign policy. We consider all licenses and other approvals. ”..
The notice states that up-to-date information will be provided to defense equipment exporters in the coming days.
Washington – The International Monetary Fund says the new Taliban government in Afghanistan does not currently have access to loans or other resources from credit agencies in 190 countries.
In a statement Wednesday, the IMF said it would be guided by the views of the international community.
“Currently, there is a lack of clarity in the international community about the approval of the Afghan government, and as a result, the country does not have access to the SDR or other IMF resources.”
The SDR is a special withdrawal right that serves as a reserve available to IMF member countries to meet their payment obligations.
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