Biden doesn't want to prolong the evacuation from Afghanistan
Joe Biden fears prolonging the evacuation from Afghanistan after August 31 because of the risk of terrorist attacks, the media has learned.
U.S. President Joe Biden does not intend to continue the evacuation of people from Afghanistan after August 31. It was reported by The New York Times on Tuesday, August 24.
A senior U.S. administration official, whose name was not disclosed, said that Biden, at a virtual meeting of the G7, said there was a high risk of terrorist attacks after August 31.
At the same time, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson called for extending the evacuation of people from Kabul airport.
Recall that earlier today, the G7 leaders held a meeting on Afghanistan. The G7 tried to force Biden to extend the deadline for evacuating people from the Kabul airport after August 31.
At the end of the meeting, the G7 named a condition for recognizing the Taliban. G7 threatened the Taliban with accountability for violating commitments to counter-terrorism and for violating human rights.
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