Joe BidenPresident of the United States has extended the national state of emergency against terrorism for another year due to the attacks of September 11, 2001. Does 22 years dthe terrible event in which 3000 people lost their lives.
The attacks in New York, Pennsylvania and the Pentagon They created a crisis that is now “persistent and immediate” against the United States, the president said.
“Because heThe terrorist threat continues“The national emergency declared on September 14, 2001, and the powers and authorities adopted to address that emergency, must remain in effect beyond September 14, 2023,” the president said, according to a White House statement. “Therefore, I am maintaining the national emergency regarding the terrorist threat declared on September 14, 2001 for another year.” This measure has been extended until 2024.
The tragedy of September 11th gave us a name that was previously unknown to almost everyone: Osama Bin Laden. Al-Qaeda and ISIS have become one of the main threats to the West, without us knowing how to neutralize them. The truth is that they continue to be very active on the international stage.