Biden: Chaos was inevitable

Biden: Chaos was inevitable

When asked if the US withdrawal could have been handled better, the president replied in the negative.

It was inevitable “Chaos” In Afghanistan after the United States withdrew its forces from the Asian country – announce US President Joe Biden recorded an interview on Wednesday, more details of which were released on US television ABC on Thursday.

Biden said the withdrawal could not have been handled better

When asked if the US withdrawal could have been handled better, the president replied in the negative. “No, I don’t think it was possible to deal with this by going back and watching after that. But how would there be a way out without a mess? I don’t even know how that could happen” Happy Biden.

When asked about the shocking footage taken at Hamid Karzai Airport in Kabul two days ago, the president only said that the images Made four or five days ago.. He added that the scenes in the photos he said just highlighted the need for the United States to control the airport faster. And we did he added.

The President of the United States will not back down

Biden repeated his decision to withdraw from the team. He said he had to choose whether to endanger the lives of more American soldiers or withdraw them. “It was a simple choice when the Afghan government, the head of government, got on a plane and went to another country, and when we see the 300,000 Afghan force that we’ve trained and equipped just fall apart and leave their equipment behind. This has happened.” said the chief.

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The Wall Street Journal reported in April that Biden’s decision to withdraw all U.S. forces from Afghanistan conflicts with the views of senior military leaders. According to the article, General Frank McKenzie, commander of US Central Command for the region, General Austin Scott Miller, commander of the international forces stationed in South Asia, General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Secretary of Defense Lloyd. Austin was of the opinion that the continued presence of US forces would maintain the stability of the country.

On the violations and ill-treatment of women and girls in Afghanistan, the US President said:

It is “unreasonable” to defend women’s rights by military force.

While that ‘Under diplomatic and international pressure’ Human rights violators must be forced to change their behaviour.

(MTI, ABC News)

Image source: MTI / AP / Susan Walsh

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