President Biden stated that the U.S. government had done too much to empower the Afghan forces and to protect the future of the Afghan people. He says the Withdrawal plan is not yet accomplished, but he made it clear that now the future of Afghanistan is not in the hands of the American military. President Biden announced to end the 20-year war in Afghanistan vigorously defending that U.S. can no longer bear the human cost or strategic distraction, which he said is left far away from the main mission of U.S.
Mr. Biden, declaring that their Withdrawal was “mission accomplished”. He put it straight away that the future of the Afghan government and their concerns related to the rights of girls and women is not in the hands of the American military now.
Responding to the question from the media about his decision to withdraw the military forces, Mr. Biden insisted that the nation has done too much to secure the Afghan government, to empower the military, and to secure the future of the Afghan people. The Afghan government is largely dependent on the American military and other foreign contractors who are involved in the repairmen, maintenance, fueling, training of the forces, and other activities necessary to keep the Afghan Air Force operating.