Afghan Army and Ashraf Ghani did not meet US expectations: White House

Washington: A White House spokesman says a US embassy is being opened in the Qatari capital, Doha, and that the Afghan army and Ashraf Ghani have not met US expectations.

According to the international website, White House spokeswoman Jane Sackie said in a press briefing after US President Joe Biden’s speech that there was no rush to recognize the Taliban government.

The spokesman said that a US embassy was being opened in Doha, the capital of Qatar, and that the US would provide assistance to Doha in getting out of Afghanistan.

He said the United States was ahead of the Taliban at all levels, adding that the Afghan army and Ashraf Ghani had not met US expectations.

It may be recalled that US President Joe Biden, while addressing the nation after the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, said that he had fulfilled the challenge of dangerous withdrawal of troops and civilians from Kabul.

The US president said he had trained 30,000 Afghan soldiers in 20 years, decided to end the Afghan war, and approved the deployment of 6,000 US troops to Kabul’s security.


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