Biden does not approve of Taliban Governance in Afghanistan

Biden does not approve of Taliban Governance in Afghanistan
The White House said it would not be acceptable for US President Joe Biden if the Taliban ruled Afghanistan. He will not support it. Steps are being taken to establish peace in this war affected country. "I don't think Biden would support it," US Presidential House White House spokeswoman Jane Saki told reporters on Tuesday.

Jane Saki answered a question, asking whether Biden would approve the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. "The process of taking the next step in Afghanistan is underway," he said.

In 2001, the Taliban were ousted from power in Afghanistan by a US-led international force. Subsequently, in February 2020, an agreement was reached between the US and the Taliban. This includes peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban, permanent ceasefire and the withdrawal of all foreign troops from Afghanistan. There are about two and a half thousand American soldiers here. Under the deal, direct negotiations are underway between the Afghan government and the Taliban.

Former US top military officer General Joseph F. Dunford said that Pakistan is a refuge of the Afghan Taliban and this terrorist organization came into existence from the madrassas of this country. The former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff also told US lawmakers that the withdrawal of US troops could trigger a civil war in Afghanistan.

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