The American general called the reason for the seizure of power in Afghanistan by the Taliban

The Taliban seized power in Afghanistan because of the population’s disbelief in the government, said General Mark Milley, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff.

“One of the main reasons for what happened in Afghanistan is, of course, corruption in the government. Residents of the country did not believe the authorities. You saw what happened; the leadership literally fell,” the military said in an interview with Fox News.

According to him, the fall of the Afghan government occurred much faster than expected.

“The armed forces of Afghanistan were created in the image and likeness of the armies of Western countries. It turned out that they were not designed to act in such a situation,” Milley added.

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