दुनिया

तालेबान के साथ समझौते के बाद अफ़ग़ानिस्तान में अमरीका के दस सैनिक अड्डे बंद : रिपोर्ट

अमरीका ने फ़रवरी महीने में तालेबान के साथ होने वाले समझौते के बाद अफ़ग़ानिस्तान में अपने 10 सैनिक अड्डे बंद किए हैं।

वाशिंग्टन पोस्ट ने अपनी रिपोर्ट में कहा कि तालेबान के साथ समझौते में अमरीका ने यह बात स्वीकार की है कि वह अफ़ग़ानिस्तान से अपने सारे सैनिकों को बाहर निकालेगा और दस अड्डों का बंद किया जाना इसी समझौते का हिस्सा है।

कुछ अड्डे तो अमरीकियों ने अफ़ग़ान फ़ोर्सेज़ के हवाले कर दिए हैं जबकि कुछ अड्डों को अभी हवाले नहीं किया है बल्कि इस हालत में रखा गया है कि भविष्य में ज़रूरत पड़ने पर उसे इस्तेमाल किया जा सके।

ट्रम्प चाहते हैं कि सत्ता छोड़ने से 15 दिन पहले वह अफ़ग़ानिस्तान में अमरीकी सैनिकों की संख्या 5000 से कम करके 2500 कर दें।

PTI Muzaffarabad Division
@PTI_MZDDivision
Majority of Indians are very poor & lacking basic day to day needs but India has enough money to invest in state terrorism to destabilise Pakistan. It facilitates, funds & trains the terrorists in 87 terrorist training camps in Afghanistan & India #IndianStateTerrorism

Afghanistan Flag of Afghanistan
@Afghanistan_5
Paktia-Khost highway passing through such an amazing landscape.


US Closed 10 Bases in Afghanistan as Part of Withdrawal

The United States has closed at least 10 of its military bases in Afghanistan since reaching an agreement with the Taliban last February, as part of its ongoing withdrawal from the country, The Washington Post reports.

Officials from the U.S. and Afghanistan confirmed that the bases have closed as part of the withdrawal agreement, though they did so under the condition of anonymity, since the military has not signed off on commenting about base closures with the media, and several of those closures had not been publicly reported.

The newspaper notes that what happened to those bases is largely unknown. Some were given to Afghan forces, while others were vacated with the option of being reoccupied, possibly leaving some equipment that would be difficult to move behind.

“Little is known about what remains of those bases, many in Afghanistan’s most volatile provinces where U.S. support for Afghan operations has been critical in pushing back the Taliban,” the Post reads. “Some have been completely handed over to Afghan security forces. Others may have been vacated and left in place in a way in which they could be occupied again in the future if U.S. and Afghan officials consider it necessary. It is also unclear how much equipment — more difficult to move than people — is left at each of the closed installations.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *