Kabul-Afghanistan (PMG):

Reporter: Imran Khorasani

The New York Times quoted sources at Pentagon as saying: “If the United States in Afghanistan achieves comparable peace over the next five years, all of its troops and NATO will be expelled from the country.” The report also states that at the same time as American military forces leave Afghanistan, their civilian personnel also will withdraw from the country. In addition, it has been said that half of the 14,000 US military withdrawal plans from Afghanistan over the coming months are part of the blueprint for peace, with the news that was previously broadcast by the White House.

On the other side of the report, the proposal was made during the peace talks with the parties involved in the war in Afghanistan. According to the report, the post-peace talks are scheduled to take place in Kabul, where the division of power with the Taliban is an undeniable part. The plan is currently under the auspices of the NATO and European Allies, and the details of these report would be available to Donald Trump.

Approximately eight thousand and six hundred NATO troops will be tasked with training Afghan troops while providing air support and fight against terrorism for a large portion of the operations that US troops have launched to fight terrorist attacks.

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