The US Senate voted for their troops remain in Afghanistan
Reporter: Soraya Ahadi
The US Senate voted in favor of a new move to remain in Afghanistan and Syria. The decision was taken by the Senate from the United States, which had issued a decree issued yesterday by the president of the United States, Donald Trump, to the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan and Syria. The US Senate, with a majority of Republican MPs, voted in favor of 70 votes and 26 abstentions, which is still not the time for American troops to withdraw from Afghanistan and Syria.
This is while Trump has become one of the critics of the military presence in Syria and Afghanistan these days. Although there are reports that their equipment has been removed from Syria, so far no practical measures have been taken.