Withdrawal: Taliban warns West of dire consequences

KABUL: The Afghan Taliban has warned of serious consequences for extending evacuations to the West.

According to details, in an interview with British TV Sky News, Taliban spokesman Sohail Shaheen said that August 31 is a red line, President Biden had said that his forces would be out of Afghanistan by August 31.

Sohail Shaheen said that an extension of the evacuation would be tantamount to extending the duration of the Western occupation of Afghanistan, and that the West would face serious consequences.

It should be noted that US President Joe Biden has said that so far the Taliban have not taken any action against US forces, the ongoing evacuation operation in Afghanistan is accelerating, on the issue of evacuation, the Taliban have agreed to the overall agreement. It is hoped that the withdrawal from Afghanistan will be completed by August 31.

The Taliban generally adhered to the agreement, Joe Biden said

The US president told a news conference that talks were under way to extend the evacuation deadline if needed, adding that the evacuation of thousands of people from Afghanistan was progressing and that 11,000 people had been evacuated from Kabul in less than 36 hours. Has been removed.

“Our first priority is to evacuate American citizens quickly and safely. I thank the world leaders for helping to evacuate,” Biden said.

Meanwhile, Khalil-ur-Rehman Haqqani, the central leader of the Afghan Taliban, told Afghans who had fled the country that no one needed to leave the country, adding that a general amnesty had been announced for all those who fought with us. We defeated the enemy in the political and military arena, now we are working hard to establish peace.

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