Canada has declared its readiness to leave troops in Afghanistan

Canada has told its G7 partners that it is ready to leave troops in Afghanistan after August 31, the agreed date for the withdrawal of foreign troops from the country, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said.

He took part in a virtual meeting of the leaders of the “seven,” who worked out a common line regarding Afghanistan on Tuesday.

“I stressed that Canada is ready to stay after the deadline, if at all possible,” Trudeau said.

A senior White House source earlier told reporters that US President Joe Biden accepted the Pentagon’s recommendation not to change the timing of the withdrawal of troops and to complete the 20-year operation in Afghanistan by the end of the month.

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