2021-09-01

The fight is not going well, and you have to show a different posture? Biden and Ghani call content exposed

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Chinanews, September 1st, comprehensive report, Reuters obtained the July 23 call records of US President Biden and former Afghan President Ghani, which showed that they spent about 14 minutes talking about military assistance , Political strategy and propaganda methods, but neither of them seemed to realize that the Taliban would soon control Afghanistan.

The fight is not going well, and you have to show a different posture? Biden and Ghani call content exposed

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p > During the call, Biden proposed that if Ghani can publicly state that he has a plan to prevent the situation in Afghanistan from getting out of control, the United States can provide him with close air support. A few days after Biden and Ghani spoke, the US military provided airstrike support to the Afghan government forces. The Taliban accused the US military of violating the Doha Peace Agreement.

Biden’s speech mainly focused on what he called the “view” of the Afghan government.

Biden said: “I don’t need to tell you what the countries of the world and parts of Afghanistan think of this. Fact or not, you must show a different attitude.”

The fight is not going well, and you have to show a different posture? Biden and Ghani call content exposed(1)

On August 31, local time, after all U.S. troops withdrew from Afghanistan, the Afghan Taliban Badri Special Forces stood guard at Kabul Airport.

Ghani told Biden that if he can rebalance the military situation, peace may come. However, he emphasized that the pace must be accelerated because Afghanistan is facing a full-scale invasion, including attacks by the Taliban supported by Pakistan and terrorists mainly composed of Pakistanis.

Reuters reviewed the recorded copy of the call between Biden and Ghani and listened to the recording to verify the authenticity of the content. The material was provided by an anonymous source that was not authorized to distribute it.

The White House declined to comment on the content of the call between Biden and Ghani on August 31.