US News Afghanistan-Turkish forces must withdraw, say the Taliban

02:20  11 june  2021
02:20  11 june  2021 Source:   leparisien.fr

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 attackers kill ten mine clearer in Afghanistan The men of the mine clearance distribution had just finished their work on nearby fields. There were armed in her camp and open the fire. Ten people die, others are injured. © Noorgul Andarwal The dismantling over the attack is in the mine cleaners and the population large with an attack on a mine clearance of the British-American organization Halo Trust, ten people have come to life in Afghanistan. 16 Other were injured, Halo Trust confirmed in a declaration divided on Twitter.

Taliban say they won't tolerate Turkish 'occupation'. But it is not only Western stakeholders that are defending their interests in the event Turkey puts boots on the ground in Afghanistan . Since the extensive withdrawal of foreign troops, the Taliban , too, have made However, Taliban spokesman Suheyl Shaheen clearly rejected the idea while speaking with the British broadcaster BBC. He said all foreign soldiers remaining in Afghanistan after September would be treated as occupation forces . "All foreign forces , contractors, advisers and trainers should withdraw from the country," Shaheen said .

The Taliban have asked Turkey for technical help to run Kabul airport after the departure of foreign forces but insist that Ankara's military also withdraw fully by the end-August deadline, two Turkish officials told Reuters. Mainly Muslim Turkey was part of a NATO mission in Afghanistan and still has hundreds of troops at Kabul airport. The officials say they are ready to withdraw at short notice. But President Tayyip Erdogan's government has said for months that it could keep a presence at the airport if requested.

Afghanistan-Turkey /: Afghanistan-Turkish forces must withdraw, say the Taliban

Washington, June 10 (Reuters) - Turkey must withdraw its troops from Afghanistan As part of the agreement concluded last year with the United States on the military withdrawal of the country, said Thursday a Spokesman of the Taliban, rejecting Ankara's proposal to deploy soldiers at the airport of the Capital Kabul once effective the withdrawal of American forces and NATO.

"Turkey is part of NATO troops since 20 years, therefore, in the state, they must withdraw from Afghanistan on the basis of the agreement we have signed with the United States on February 29, 2020 ", Sésil Shaheen said, based in Doha, in response to a Reuters phone message.

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 Afghanistan: anti-polio campaign vaccinators killed in targeted attacks © Reuters - Stringer men carry the coffin of one of the health agents of polio against polio shot by unknown armed men in different Distinct from Nangarhar Province, June 15, 2021. Five anti-polio vaccinchers were killed and four wounded in targeted attacks coordinated in the Nangarhar, Eastern Province of the Country. The Taliban deny any involvement.

Media caption, "US forces remaining would violate Doha agreement" - Taliban . Any foreign troops left in Afghanistan after Nato's September withdrawal deadline will be at risk as occupiers, the Taliban has told the BBC. Under a deal with the militant group, the US and its Nato allies agreed to withdraw all troops in return for a commitment by the Taliban not to allow al-Qaeda or any other extremist group to operate in the areas they control. President Joe Biden set a deadline of 11 September - the 20-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the US - for American troops to fully withdraw , but reports suggest

The minister said Afghan forces were focusing on trying to secure large cities, main highways and border crossings. The Taliban has already gained vast parts of rural Afghanistan since launching a series of offensives in May to coincide with the start of the final withdrawal of US-led foreign Afghan President Ashraf Ghani returned to the capital after a flying visit to the besieged northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif to rally his beleaguered forces , with Taliban fighters having now taken more than a quarter of the country’s provincial capitals in less than a week. In Mazar, Ghani held talks with long-time local

The spokesperson for the insurgents also emphasized the historical "good relations" between Afghanistan and Turkey, saying to want to preserve them in the future with the arrival of a new Islamic government.

During a NATO meeting last month, Ankara proposed to protect and lead Kabul Airport once all American and NATO troops are withdrawn from the country. 'Here on September 11, according to the announcement made in April by US President Joe Biden.

Many American parliamentarians, as well as former and current representatives, fear that the departure of foreign troops plunge Afghanistan to civil war allowing the Taliban to return to power, on the background of peace in peace. The insurgents and the Kabul government. (Jonathan Landay, French version Jean Terzian)

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