The British military chief’s good predictions about the future of Afghanistan

LONDON: British Army Chief General Nick Carter has said it would be premature to call the withdrawal of US and NATO forces from Afghanistan a success.

According to British media reports, the army chief made it clear during his last appearance before the Commons Defense Committee that the withdrawal from Afghanistan should not be considered a success.

The head of the British military, General Nick Carter, emphasized that the withdrawal of US and NATO forces from Afghanistan would be a victory or a defeat for the West.

He said that the Taliban government has changed a lot compared to the past, their attitudes and policies have changed significantly, we can call it a good sign and the best for the future.

General Nick said that it is also possible that Afghanistan will emerge as the best country in the future as people expect.

The outgoing Chief Defense Staff (CDS) told MPs: “Taliban 2.0 is different, it includes many people who like to govern in a modern way, such moderate people join the government. It’s satisfying for us. “

“If Afghanistan continues to pursue the same policies, it will soon emerge as a country where people from all over the world would prefer to go,” he said.

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