The United States withdraws from 5 military bases in Afghanistan

Selava Omar – – ‘Agencies”

The United States withdrew from five bases in Afghanistan and reduced the size of its forces there that were part of the agreement concluded with the Taliban last February, according to CNN.

“Five bases that were occupied by US forces have been transferred to our Afghan partners,” Hoffman said in a statement on Tuesday.

“The military presence in Afghanistan still focuses on capabilities, not numbers, and we maintain capabilities and powers. It is necessary that we protect ourselves, our allies, our partners, and the national interests of the United States,” Hoffman said.

The statement did not mention the Taliban’s continuing ties to al-Qaeda, which was mentioned in a report by the US Defense Department earlier this month.

Under the agreement signed with the Taliban, America had reduced its forces in Afghanistan to 8,600 and withdraw from five bases

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