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The US withdrawal from Afghanistan completes after 20 years.

By: MS Baig

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Washington: Two decades later, the 2 trillion war is over. The US withdrawal from Afghanistan was completed after 20 years.

The withdrawal of coalition forces from Afghanistan has been completed.

The US forces also evacuated Kabul airport, which the Pentagon confirmed.

Twenty years later, according to US media, the United States has completely evacuated Afghanistan.

The US Withdrawal from Afghanistan:

The United States also evacuated Kabul Airport between Monday and Tuesday night, following a deadline set by the Taliban.

The Pentagon has confirmed that the withdrawal of all US troops from Afghanistan has been completed and that the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul is now vacated.

On Monday, the commander-in-chief of US forces, General Kenneth McKenzie, said that on the one hand, US forces have been completely withdrawn from Afghanistan and on the other hand, all American citizens are being repatriated.

After the airport was vacated, it came under the complete control of the Taliban. In this happiness, the Taliban also fired in the air at the airport.

According to General Kenneth, the last plane took off at half-past one in the night and it was half-past twelve in the night according to Pakistani time.

The Last Soldier of the USA in Afghanistan:

The last soldier of the USA in Afghanistan, Maj General Chris Donahue leaving Kabul Airport.

US General Kenneth also said:

  • The last five planes left for the United States with US troops and some civilians.
  • Some Americans were unable to board the plane despite their best efforts.
  • We waited for them but they could not reach us. Where did the last flight go? Can’t tell right now.
  • The 18 days of evacuation from Kabul Airport were very difficult.
  • Our plan was different but due to the deteriorating security situation, we changed our plan.
  • We made it clear to the Taliban that we would complete the withdrawal of our and allied forces within the given deadline.
  • We will not tolerate interference during this time, but the Taliban cooperated with us in the evacuation.
  • There are still about 2,000 ISIS fighters in Afghanistan.

Trillions Dollars War:

It should be noted that US and allied forces have been present in Afghanistan for the last 20 years.

The entire mission killed 2,000 US troops, as well as countless Afghan Taliban and millions of innocent civilians.

The entire mission has cost about $ 2 trillion.

There are no more American or foreign troops on Afghan soil now.

On the other hand, there are no US diplomats in Afghanistan right now.

The reason for this is that with the end of the US military operation, the US has also closed its diplomatic affairs in Kabul.

It should be noted that after the 9/11 incident, the United States had invaded Afghanistan in search of Al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden.

The Taliban, on the other hand, argued that they should first provide evidence against Osama bin Laden and the Taliban in connection with the September 11 tragedy.

The United States and its allies invaded Afghanistan at the time, but the Afghan Taliban continued their guerrilla-style war.

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