Gen. McKenzie:

US to continue backing Afghan forces

Even after exiting Afghanistan, the US military will continue to support Afghan security forces, says the Central Command chief.

Saboor Qani appointed as the new Herat governor

President Ghani has replaced the Herat governor Wahid Qatali, Abdul Saboor Qani, the senior deputy minister for the MOI has been appointed as the new governor for Herat province, IDLG confirmed.

Erdogan: US can rely on Turkey once troops leave Afghanistan

Amidst talks on handing over responsibilities of the security of Kabul airport to Turkish forces, Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday said his country would be the “only reliable” country left to stabilize Afghanistan after the US pulls out its troops, indicating Washington could rely on its NATO ally.

Biden to discuss airport security situation with Erdogan

US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said Sunday night that President Joe Biden is heading to Brussels for Monday’s NATO Summit where he is expected to discuss a number of issues including that around the future security of both the United States embassy in Kabul and the airport.

Gen. McKenzie:

US to continue backing Afghan forces

Even after exiting Afghanistan, the US military will continue to support Afghan security forces, says the Central Command chief.

Khalili warns against further attacks on Hazara community

A day after two blasts occurred in the west of Kabul, former vice president Mohammad Karim Khalili warned that the people will “attempt anything” to ensure their safety if the government does not prevent “targeted attacks against Hazara community” as well as other injustices in the country.

Pakistan and China: the new US game

In this context, my earlier suspicion has turned into a firm belief that the US deliberately has led Afghanistan into a devastating civil war. Pakistan, China, Russia, and Iran will bear the main brunt of the chaos and instability. That is why I suggest that China, Russia, Iran, and Pakistan should form a separate block and bring together Afghanistan’s warring parties for meaningful reconciliation through aggressive diplomacy so as to thwart America’s dangerous designs and cunning tactics.