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Afghanistan, Biden: “We are keeping in touch with Italy and other allies, thank them”-North America

“I am in contact with several countries including Italy, Germany and Spain. They are providing important support for the Kabul evacuation operation. I thank them and we will continue to work with them and closely coordinate with all our partners”: President of the United States Joe Biden.

“I am heartbroken by the photos of Kabul” -“Our priority is to get all Americans out of Kabul”: Biden also said, speaking of the “incredible operations” that are being carried out. He defined the operation as “difficult and painful”: “In fact, it will be like this anyway. I feel sad for the images there.”

‘Terrorists can take advantage of this situation’ -“Terrorists can take advantage of the situation, we know.” The White House leader emphasized the situation in Kabul, confirming the threat from the Islamic State.

“Leave after August 31? We are talking about it’ -“We hope that the deadline for complete withdrawal from Afghanistan on August 31 will not be extended, but we are discussing this issue,” Biden added, explaining that “we work closely with the G7.” There is still a lot to do.” ..

“Believe in the Taliban? I don’t trust anyone’ -After Donald Trump defined the Taliban as a “good negotiator,” the President of the United States said in response to those who asked him if he trusted the Taliban: “I don’t trust anyone.” “The Taliban must make a fundamental decision, which is to unite for the benefit of the Afghan people.”

Since August 14th, 28,000 people have been evacuated from Kabul -Since August 14, the day before the Taliban captured Kabul, the United States has taken 28,000 people out of Afghanistan. This is what President Joe Biden said in the latest news on the evacuation situation at the Afghan Capital Airport. Biden said that since July, a total of 33,000 people have been evacuated.

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