United States of America prepared to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan.
Dated: 22 October, 2019.
On October 21, it became known that over the past year, the United States secretly reduced the number of its military in Afghanistan – from 14 to 12 thousand.
Alleseuropa recalls that the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the start of a military operation in Syria on the afternoon of October 9. Turkey with the name “Source of Peace.”
Its goal is to fight the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK, banned in Turkey as a terrorist party ) and the Islamic State ( IG , banned in Europe).
After the news of Turkey’s plans, the United States refused to intercede for the Kurds and began withdrawing troops from northern Syria.
Alleseuropa reports that in recent months, the American side has been negotiating a ceasefire and the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan.
However, in September, Trump said he considers negotiations with the Taliban dead. This happened after the terrorist attack launched by the movement in the Afghan capital Kabul.
Prior to this, it became known that the draft agreement between the United States and the Taliban implied the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan within 135 days after the signing of the document.
“Strong Support” is a NATO mission to train and assist Afghan government forces. It has been held since January 1, 2015.
The US military has been in Afghanistan since 2001, when Operation Enduring Freedom began, a response to the September 11 attacks.
The US Department of Defense is developing plans to expedite the withdrawal of all troops from Afghanistan in case President Donald Trump suddenly issues an order.
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According to anonymous members of the command, plans include the likelihood that the American leader will demand a full exit from Afghanistan in the coming weeks.
Such orders have not yet been received, but appropriate preparations have begun – an unexpected withdrawal of troops from Syria had to be carried out in a hurry, at the Pentagon they consider it a “rehearsal” of a possible withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Alles Europa news recalled that earlier the withdrawal of US troops was carried out in December 2016, leaving behind 8400 troops.
It was then that the United States postponed the withdrawal of troops until December 2016 and decided to keep troops in 8,400 troops in 4 garrisons, such as Kabul, Kandahar, Bagram and Jalal-Abad, for an indefinite period due to an attempt to revive the Taliban after the battle of Kunduz.
NATO planned to retain 13,000 troops, including 9,800 Americans, as a consultant and counter-terrorist in Afghanistan during the Afghanistan phase of war in 2015, and they are expected to maintain their presence in Afghanistan until the end of 2016.
The withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan describes the reduction of US forces in the war in Afghanistan and plans after their presence after 2014, when most of the troops left Afghanistan in late 2014.
The troops of the United States of America are supported by the coalition of the Australian armed forces, the Afghan armed forces, the international security assistance forces, and the mission of strong support.
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Afghanistan with an history of insurgency.
Afghanistan, as the main non-NATO ally of the United States, continues to receive billions of dollars in military assistance.
Since 2014, it begins to operate independently of the NATO International Security Assistance Force.
Despite the early problems with recruitment and training, it is becoming effective in fighting the Taliban rebellion.
After the elimination of the Afghanistan home based Taliban and the formation of the Transitional Islamic State of Afghanistan at the end of 2001 and 2002, respectively, the Afghan armed forces were gradually restored by NATO forces in the country, primarily the armed forces of the United States.
In an era that was followed by an uprising of the Taliban-backed Pakistani regime, which created military power based on Islamic Sharia law.
After the resignation of President Najibullah in 1992 and the cessation of Soviet support, the military broke up into units controlled by various factions of military leaders, and the Mujahideen took control of the government.
From 1978 to 1992, Soviet-backed Afghan forces fought against multinational Mujahideen groups supported by the United States, Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan.
Alles Europa news recalled from that quotes that the best defence is an attack “The best defence is a good offense” this is what the United States has done in the days of Bush.
Taliban leader Mullah Omar reorganized the movement, and in 2002 it launched a rebellion against the government and ISAF, which continues to this day.
One part of the American forces in Afghanistan operated under NATO command; the rest remained under US direct command.
In August 2003, NATO joined the alliance, taking over ISAF leadership.
In the 2004 popular election, Karzai was elected president of the country now called the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
At the Bonn Conference in December 2001, Hamid Karzai was elected head of the Provisional Administration of Afghanistan, which, after the Loy Great Assembly in 2002 in Kabul, became the Provisional Administration of Afghanistan.
In December 2001, the United Nations Security Council established the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) to oversee military operations in the country and train Afghan national security forces.
Most members of al Qaeda and the Taliban were not captured, fled to neighboring Pakistan, or retreated to rural or remote mountainous areas during the battle of Tora Bora.
The United States and its allies quickly ousted the Taliban from power by December 17, 2001, and built military bases near major cities across the country.
Subsequently, other forces joined them, including the Northern Alliance forces on the ground.
The United States rejected this request as a meaningless delay tactic, and on October 7, 2001, together with the United Kingdom, launched Operation Enduring Freedom.
The Taliban refused to extradite him if they did not provide convincing evidence of his involvement in the September 11 attacks and ignored the demands to close the terrorist bases and transfer to other terror suspects, except for bin Laden.
then US President George W. Bush demanded that the Taliban hand over to Osama bin Laden and expel Al Qaeda; bin Laden has already been wanted by the FBI since 1998.
The US invasion of Afghanistan was the first stage of the war in Afghanistan from 2001 to the present 2020.
It followed the phase of the civil war in Afghanistan in 1996-2001 between the Taliban and Northern Alliance groups, although by 2001 the Taliban controlled 90% of the country’s territory.
The United Kingdom has been a key ally of the United States, offering support for hostilities from the very beginning of preparations for the invasion.
The United States also enjoys the support of Canada, Australia, New Zealand, NATO, Russia, India, Turkey, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Iran.
However, 20 years after a country such as Russia and Turkey seems to have a different opinion about the US mission in 2019 and now, in 2020, earlier Turkey invaded the Kurdish zones to capture another territory in Syria, and Russia is in the Middle East, including Iraq, Syria and others.
The public goals of the United States of America were to eliminate Al Qaeda and deprive it of a secure base of operations in Afghanistan by removing the Taliban from power.
In a conflict that is also known as the US war in Afghanistan, The United States invasion of Afghanistan occurred after the September 11 attacks in late 2001 and was supported by close allies of the United States.