NATO also announced the withdrawal of its troops from Afghanistan
Brussels: After the announcement of the withdrawal of their troops from Afghanistan by US President Joseph Biden, NATO countries have also announced that NATO countries will also work together on the withdrawal of their forces.
NATO allies have agreed at a key meeting to end their operation in Afghanistan. The decision comes in the wake of US President Joe Biden’s announcement that US troops would be withdrawn from Afghanistan by September 11.
The United States invaded Afghanistan on September 11, 2001, following al Qaeda’s attack on the Twin Towers in New York. NATO countries also sided with the United States in the attack and deployed troops in Afghanistan.
During a conference in Brussels, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg announced that NATO allies had decided to begin withdrawing Resolute Support forces from May 1 in an organized, coordinated, and thoughtful manner.
We will continue to support Afghanistan, this is the beginning of a new chapter in our relationship. We went to Afghanistan together. Together we adopted our style and our way there and we are together to get out of there.