Biden will not change plans for the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan due to the Taliban offensive

According to the publication, the American leader hopes that the Afghan government has the forces and resources to resist the Taliban while continuing negotiations on the settlement of the conflict.

US President Joe Biden does not intend to adjust the plans for the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, despite the strengthening of the positions of the radical Taliban movement. This was reported on Sunday by The New York Times, citing a source in the US administration.

According to him, the American leader hopes that the Afghan government has the forces and resources to resist the Taliban while continuing negotiations on the settlement of the conflict. In this regard, Biden does not plan to abandon plans for the complete withdrawal of US troops from the country by the end of August, even though the Taliban has recently significantly strengthened its positions.

A Biden administration official stressed that his “strategy remains unchanged.” At the same time, he noted that the Pentagon does not abandon plans to provide the necessary resources to the Afghan government if necessary.

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