US intelligence agencies and special teams revealed the Russian conspiracy in January.

US intelligence agencies and special teams revealed the Russian conspiracy in January.
New information is being released in the case of the Taliban who rewarded terrorists for killing American soldiers in Afghanistan. It is now known that US intelligence officers and special operations teams alerted their superiors to this Russian conspiracy in early January 2020, but no special initiative was taken on their behalf.

Intelligence officials received a special notice, acting on that information, the officers raided the Taliban post, obtained large amounts of American cash from there, which led to the suspicion that these terrorists were given money to kill American soldiers. Were. When the suspected terrorists were questioned, they also revealed this.

Another official said that when terrorists and criminals were interrogated, intelligence officials also came to know that in 2019 terrorists had offered such rewards after they were paid. Following this information, military and intelligence officials have been reviewing victims in the fight against the United States and other coalitions for the past 18 months to determine how many of these people have fallen victim to that Russian conspiracy.

Four Americans were killed in the war in early 2020, but the Taliban have not attacked American troops since the February deal to end the long-running war in Afghanistan.

In fact, former United States Vice President Joe Biden on Sunday blamed President Donald Trump for failing to take any action against Russia in the case. While the White House denied it several months ago, intelligence officials informed Trump that Russia was asking Taliban militants to reward American soldiers.

Reporting on the case, The New York Times reported on Friday that a Russian military intelligence unit had secretly paid Taliban-linked militants to attack coalition troops in Afghanistan, including the United States. Trump was informed about this.

The Times article also reported that the White House's National Security Council had discussed the problem at an emergency meeting in late March, but had not yet responded to the matter. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden described it as shameful.

The White House does not regularly comment on intelligence or internal deliberations. The director of the intelligence agency, the CIA, the National Security Advisor and the chief of staff confirm that neither the President nor the Vice President was informed of this Russian reward.

The White House also released a statement on the matter when news about it was published on the Times website 25 hours ago. Press Secretary Kayle McNee released a statement this afternoon. A statement released Saturday night by National Intelligence Director John Ratcliffe made the White House claim correct, stating that such intelligence was not passed on to Trump.

If Russia's support exists to encourage the assassination of US and NATO troops, this in itself is a cause for concern. Knowing such things, soldiers will be angry with Russia. However, this would be the first time the Russian spy unit would adopt a strategy to attack Western troops.

After such information was released, the United States says that if such attacks with the Taliban killed their troops, there would be a major outpouring of war against Russia. Cyber ​​attacks will be carried out to spark riots, tactics will be adopted to destabilize opponents.

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