Russia and China are “to blame” for the US withdrawal from Afghanistan

(ORDO NEWS) — The United States announced that America had decided to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan because of Russia and China. Allegedly, there are an order of magnitude more threats from them. But what about the fact that over the 20 years of stay in Afghanistan, the main goals of “stabilizing the situation in the Middle East region” have not been achieved?

A very interesting version of the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan was voiced by one of the high-ranking officials of the Pentagon, according to which the “guilty” in the withdrawal of troops were none other than Russia and the PRC, writes Akharin Khabar, Iran.

The fact that in all international events there is, according to the American version, a Russian or Chinese “trace” has already ceased to surprise anyone. But the fact that the United States decided to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan, it turns out, is also the fault of both China and Russia, the Pentagon said recently.

According to the statement, one of the senior officials of the US defense department, Russia and China are the “main reason” for the withdrawal of a contingent of American troops from the territory of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.

General John Hayten, one of the deputy chiefs of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the United States Armed Forces, told a press conference at the University of High Technology that the United States is embarking on a withdrawal of its troops from Afghanistan as it must “focus on the threats posed by from Russia and China ”.

Hayten said that Russia, according to the Pentagon, poses a threat to the United States “at the moment,” while China is the main, long-term threat to the United States. The United States, according to the general, must be firmly convinced that it is focusing on “major” rather than “minor” threats.

At the same time, the general also added that it is necessary, however, to wait for confirmation of this message from the White House.

At the same time, the deputy head of the Committee of Chiefs of Staff noted that everything that is currently happening in Afghanistan and Iraq is “undoubtedly a bad sign for the entire Middle East”, and therefore the United States must also take measures to solve the problems concentrated in these countries.

The American military also recalled that the United States has always followed and will continue to closely monitor the development of the situation in the Middle East.

On April 14, US President Joseph Biden announced the so-called Program for the start of the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan, and in May announced that the program would be completed by September 11.

Recall that September 11 will mark 20 years from the moment the United States made the decision to send troops into the country, as a result of which the Taliban regime, which then dominated the country, was overthrown. However, the current decision of the American side to withdraw troops is an indirect recognition of the fact that over the 20 years of NATO military presence in the country, the main goals of “stabilizing the situation in the Middle East region” have not been achieved.

The conclusion suggests itself that the US government, apparently, does not consider the agreement reached with the Afghan Taliban quite legitimate, since it considers it possible not to fulfill it. Accordingly, it is also difficult to judge at the present time whether the current decision of the White House administration regarding the length of stay of American troops in Afghanistan will actually come into force. which Washington took upon itself following the agreement reached in February 2020 in the capital of Qatar, Doha, with representatives of the Taliban movement, and according to which by May 2021 the American military should have already been withdrawn from the country.

The conclusion suggests itself that the US government, apparently, does not consider the agreement reached with the Afghan Taliban quite legitimate, since it considers it possible not to fulfill it.

Accordingly, it is also difficult to judge at the present time whether the current decision of the White House administration regarding the length of stay of American troops in Afghanistan will actually come into force. apparently, they do not consider the agreement reached with the Afghan Taliban quite legitimate, since they consider it possible not to fulfill it.

Accordingly, it is also difficult to judge at the present time whether the current decision of the White House administration regarding the length of stay of American troops in Afghanistan will actually come into force.

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