The United States may slow the withdrawal of its troops from Afghanistan considering attacks by the Islamist radical Taliban. The spokesperson of the United States Department of Defense John Kirby stated this, as DW reports.
It is noted that the withdrawal schedule may vary depending on conditions.
US President Joseph Biden continued the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan until the 20th anniversary of September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in New York and Washington. The Pentagon stressed that the deadline will be met. According to the agency, the American side has already handed over many military bases to the Afghan Armed Forces and made hundreds of flights to remove goods from the Islamic Republic.
According to the Afghan authorities, since the withdrawal of NATO forces on May 1, the Taliban have taken control of 41 out of 400 districts. At the same time, the leadership of the radical movement has shown readiness for dialogue with official Kabul.
The publication reported that the process of withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan is completed by 30-40%.