The deadlines for the withdrawal of American servicemen from Afghanistan will not change, the spokesman for the White House of Jen Psaka said. It is reported by RIA Novosti.
On a regular briefing for representatives of the media psaki, was asked whether a change in the timing of the US Armed Forces from Afghanistan is expected due to the fact that on June 25, the American president Joe Biden plans to meet in Washington with the Afghan colleague Ashraf Ghani and the head of the Supreme Council on National Reconcilier Abdullah Abdullah.
“It is not expected that the deadlines for the troops will change by September. They [deadlines], of course, are controlled by our Ministry of Defense,” said Psaki.
Earlier it was reported that the United States was currently brought out of their troops from Afghanistan.
The official conclusion of the US and NATO troops from Afghanistan began on May 1 and will last until September 11, although actually the troops began to withdraw back in April. US President Joe Biden explained this decision to his conviction that the US military forces and European countries could neither create nor maintain a sustainable Afghan government.