Despite President Biden’s assertion on July 8 that intervention from the Taliban wouldn’t attain Afghanistan’s capital of Kabul in an tried siege, tensions have escalated and the terrorist armed forces are starting to shut in on Kabul, as of stories launched Friday night time.
Reporting from Politico signifies that within the final 24 hours, the Taliban forces overtook Mazar-e-Sharif, “the country’s fourth largest city,” after ramped up efforts en path to the capital.
The siege of Mazar-e-Sharif turned a serious improvement within the Taliban’s timeline. Claiming town “hands the insurgents control over all of northern Afghanistan, confining the Western-backed government to the center and east.”
According to Fox News’ stay updates, “Afghanistan’s embattled President Ashraf Ghani [on Saturday] said he has started consultations on how to unite the country after the Taliban have seized large parts of the country ahead of the U.S. withdrawal.”
The United States issued an order to urgently evacuate U.S. workers from the Embassy, positioned in Kabul, and organized departure from Afghanistan following information of the incoming Taliban teams. The Pentagon has despatched army support to help with the workers’s evacuation.
Saturday’s footage from Karzai International Airport in Kabul confirmed panicked crowds frantically attempting to board flights out of the capital metropolis.
Further updates element that U.S. management “told the Taliban that if it avoids a direct confrontation with the US troops arriving in Kabul and waits for the completion of the evacuation, that increases the likelihood that both the intl. community/Afghans will accept Taliban’s entry into Kabul”
On Friday, Clay Travis spoke on OutKick The Show relating to the continued tensions in Afghanistan — a flare up of worldwide affairs bent on weak path from President Biden.
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