North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces to leave together from Afghanistan by September 11

Mohammad Naeem spokesman for the Taliban's political office speaks during a joint news conference in Moscow Russia March 19

He says the US has been "largely successful in crushing Al Qaeda and defeating ISIS", and the decision by the Biden administration is "hard to dispute".

Joe Biden has planned to withdraw all remaining USA troops from Afghanistan by September 11.

"It is time to end our nation's longest war, there's no doubt about that", Crow, a former U.S. Army Ranger, said in an interview with Denver7.

"We judged the threat against the homeland now emanating from Afghanistan to be at a level that we can address it, without a persistent military footprint in the country and without remaining at war with the Taliban", the official said.

And that is why the negotiating with them about an exit plan, and not with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.

That delay was another example of the militant group stalling as it seeks a full withdrawal of all US and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation troops, according to Afghan officials, and most likely a return to power - through force.

USA service members walk off a helicopter on the runway at Camp Bost in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, September 11, 2017.

December 2009: US President Barack Obama decides to boost US troop numbers in Afghanistan by 30,000, bringing total to 100,000.

There are 2,500 U.S troops stationed in Afghanistan, the statistical figure of the residing troops is not exact, but there are additional 7,000 Coalition and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation troops in the country.

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In February 2020 they struck a deal with the administration of Biden's predecessor Donald Trump that would have seen United States troops withdraw by May 2021 in exchange for security guarantees. Some US troops will remain to protect Americans diplomats, though officials declined to provide a precise number.

News of the president's planned withdrawal has drawn stinging rebukes from leading Republicans in Congress. Addressing reporters on Wednesday, Rep. Liz Cheney, the No. 3 Republican in the House, called it "fundamentally risky".

The official said the new deadline was not conditions-based. "He's further, apparently, going to announce that the date for the withdrawal will be September 11". So, I want to make sure we're doing it right. The Kentucky senator called it a "grave mistake" and "a retreat in the face of an enemy that has not yet been vanquished".

On NATO's withdrawal from Afghanistan, Blinken emphasized the importance of coordination between allies, saying that he had come to listen and consult with his counterparts from other NATO countries. Some have cheered the plan, with progressives like Sen.

The excerpts of Biden's remarks did not include a date for the withdrawal.

Others have been far more critical.

The official warned the Taliban of a "forceful response" if they strike United States troops on the way out. Maggie Hassan, D-N.H., in a tweet.

The announcement comes as months of USA -brokered peace talks between the Taliban and Afghan government have thus far failed to lead to any significant breakthrough. "It can just wait the USA out and plan to focus its full attention on the fight once the last soldier has departed", said Michael Kugelman, deputy director of the the Wilson Center's Asian program.

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