The US general said that the strengthening of militants after the withdrawal of US troops could threaten Pakistan. Miller’s statement comes almost two weeks after President Joe Biden announced the withdrawal of all US troops from Afghanistan by September 11. .
Islamabad Afghanistan Amidst the withdrawal of US troops from the US, a top US general has warned that the re-strengthening of terrorist organizations such as the Islamic State and al-Qaeda will be a matter of greatest concern for Pakistan. The head of the US-led coalition in Afghanistan, General Austin S. Miller, said in Kabul on Sunday that the withdrawal of US troops had begun. Miller’s statement comes nearly two weeks after President Joe Biden announced the withdrawal of all US troops from Afghanistan by September 11.
At a press conference in Washington, US Central Command Commander General Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr. warned that the reinvigoration of Al Qaeda and IS militants would be the most worrying issue after the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. “It will be a worrying situation for all the neighboring countries, and most of all Pakistan,” he said. He said that the strengthening of terrorists would not only be a threat to America or Pakistan, but to countries from Central Asian countries to the north. There will be danger from this.
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