Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh has refused to kneel before the Taliban. On Tuesday (August 1), he announced himself as the country’s acting president. He says it is pointless to argue with US President Joe Biden on the issue. We Afghans have to fight our own war. “America and NATO may have lost their courage, but we still have hope,” he said.
Saleh Explanation: According to the Constitution of Afghanistan, in case of absence, flight, resignation or death of the President, the Vice President becomes the Acting President. I am currently in my country and the legitimate acting president. I am reaching out to all leaders for their support and lack of sens. “
#AfghanistanIts first vice president, Amrullah Saleh, declared himself the caretaker president of the country; “All leaders are being contacted to ensure their support and sensitivities,” he said. pic.twitter.com/SUG3e7vLCL
– ANI ()ANI) August 17, 2021
At the same time, US President Joe Biden has continued to criticize his own country for withdrawing troops from Afghanistan. Now Democratic party U.S. Rep. Jim Langwin wrote an article that he opposed the withdrawal. Democrat leaders have questioned the recent situation in Afghanistan.
In his foreign policy article, he said, “In May 2021, there was a meeting of the US House Armed Services Committee on the withdrawal of troops. In it, Langwin asked a senior military official what would happen to the United States if the situation worsened after the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan and the Afghan government sought help. In this regard, the officer said that he did not want to fall into the trap of imaginary questions. Lanzvin added in the article that all members of the committee had asked questions about this, but they had not received a logical answer.
According to the report, British Radio broadcasts details of Afghanistan’s rapidly changing development on British Radio Secretary of Defense Ben Wallace suddenly cried. He said some local Afghan workers would not be able to return. The defense secretary said he was “deeply sorry” that it would not be possible to remove all Afghans eligible to leave Britain.