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15.4.2021 US Secretary of State meets President Ghani as Taliban warns of extreme consequences
US Secretary of state Antony Blinken has arrived in Kabul on Thursday, he
met with President Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah, Head of High
Council for National Reconciliation to indicate Americas support to the
Afghan government.

According to Presidential Palace, Blinken told Ghani that US withdrawal
from Afghanistan does not mean the weakening of strategic relations
between the two countries and that the United States honors its
commitments to the government of Afghanistan and its people.

The statement also added that Blinken said the US will continue its
diplomatic and humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan, its security forces
and will facilitate the Afghan peace process.

During his meeting with Abdullah, Blinken hinted that the US and
Afghanistan have a partnership that is changing but enduring and as US
President Biden says, we have a new chapter that both nations will be
writing it together.

This comes as the Taliban in a released statement in response to the
announcement of US troops withdrawal by September 11 said that this
decision is a breach of the US-Taliban agreement in Doha, It paves the
path to Mujahideen of Islamic emirate to take every necessary
countermeasure, hence the US will be held responsible for all of the
future consequences, not the Islamic emirate.

Taliban stated that The Islamic Emirate will under no circumstance ever
relent on complete independence and establishment of a pure Islamic system
and remains committed to finding a peaceful solution to the Afghan problem
following the complete and certain end of the occupation,.

 Most people out of fear of the return of an extremist regime panicked in
the country and demanded that womens rights and decades of gains should
be preserved.

In the meantime, The Afghan National Security Council NSC on Thursday said
Afghan National Defense and Security forces are quite capable of
maintaining security in Afghanistan.

According to NSC ANDSF are able, equipped, and fully-trained to stand and
defend Afghanistan against its enemies.

Rahmatullah Andar, a spokesman to NSC said, as 96% of security operations
are undertaken by the ANDSF, the international community trusts and
believes that Afghanistan is now independently capable of taking over its
defense.

Andar added that Afghanistan is on the frontline countering global
terrorism and not only defends itself but the world from the expansion of
extremist incidents, and that protection of the people and this land is
not a temporary responsibility but a permanent obligation of every single
ANDSF member.

Meanwhile, CIA Director William Burns indicated that Washingtons ability
to collect intelligence and act on threats will diminish when US troops
leave Afghanistan, Reuters reported.

Burns testimony to the underscored a key risk inherent in Bidens
decision to pull remaining US forces out, given the enduring presence of
al Qaeda and Islamic State militants in the country. 

When the time comes for the US military to withdraw, the US governments
ability to collect and act on threats will diminish. Thats simply a
fact, he told the Senate Intelligence Committee, adding that the United
States would however retain a suite of capabilities, Reuters quoted
Burns.


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