The Taliban has warned of “consequences” if the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan is postponed until after August 31.
Movement spokesman Suhail Shaheen said in an interview with the British “Sky News” network: “This (date) is a red line. That means.
“If the US or the UK ask for more time to pursue the expulsion, there is no answer,” he added. Otherwise, consequences will occur. “
He said it would “create distrust within us”: “If they are determined to continue the aggression, it will provoke a reaction.”
As British Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to make a personal appeal to Biden, the US should extend the deadline for withdrawal from Afghanistan and allow further evacuations.
Commenting on the movement’s attempt to escape control of the airport from Kabul airport in Afghanistan, Shaheen said, “People trying to leave the country want to live in the West, which is a kind of economic displacement because Afghanistan is a poor country and 70% of its population lives below the poverty line, so everyone can live a prosperous life.” He wants to.This is not about fear of (the Taliban).
The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, wants to appeal to Biden to extend the deadline for US troops to leave Afghanistan and allow further evacuations.
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