Biden plans to recall all U.S. diplomatic personnel from Afghanistan

U.S. President Joe Biden plans to recall all the country’s diplomatic staff in Afghanistan by Tuesday, The Washington Post reports, citing two sources.

According to sources, Biden plans to recall Ambassador Ross Wilson and the rest of the diplomatic staff in Kabul by Tuesday.

Earlier, the publication reported that the Taliban movement asked the United States to maintain a diplomatic presence in Afghanistan after the withdrawal of the armed forces on August 31. State Department spokesman Ned Price said that a decision on continuing the diplomatic presence in Afghanistan has not yet been made.

The American diplomatic mission previously left the embassy complex in Kabul and continues to work from the territory of the international airport in Kabul.

The evacuation of foreign employees and Afghans working for foreign missions is carried out through the only airport in Kabul, held by the military of the United States and other NATO countries. The Taliban stated that they do not intend to grant Americans a delay for the evacuation of U.S. citizens after August 31.

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