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With the withdrawal of the last American troops from the region, the 20-year period in Afghanistan is officially over.
U.S. Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley spoke to Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin during a visit to Ramstein in Germany.
When asked if Milley thinks the United States would be safer after the troops withdraw, he replied that it was too early to tell.
“My military assumption is that the conditions are likely to develop a civil war,” the general said, adding: “I don’t know if the Taliban will be able to consolidate their power and establish governance.”
Milley also expressed concern over the possibility that terrorist groups could develop as a result of the Afghan civil war.
Evaluating “beyond the horizon” counterterrorism operations, which will only include air strikes instead of ground forces, the general said “it is possible to do it”, but stressed that these operations will be very difficult. without ground support.
“Certain human intelligence networks, etc. We will have to restore it, ”Milley said and continued his words as follows;
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“We will have to maintain very intense levels of indicators, alerts and observations and SRI (Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance) throughout the region.
On the other hand, the latest images from the region have revealed that the scenario, which is the “biggest fear” of military experts, is very real.
According to the images in question, the Taliban are using the weapons left by American troops to crush the resistance movement, which is the last resistance front against its capture of Afghanistan.
The repercussions of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan continue. The latest technological weapons left by the United States to fall into the hands of the Taliban are the country’s hottest agenda.
According to reports in the country’s press four years ago, the United States gave Afghan forces 75,000 vehicles, including 208 planes and 4,700 Humvees, most of which are now in Taliban hands.
Among the equipment seized by the Taliban are Black Hawk helicopters and A-29 Super Tucano attack planes.
Experts say it is not possible to use advanced planes without training, and they point out that the Taliban’s capture of US equipment is an important propaganda tool.
In contrast, small arms seized by the Taliban are of greater concern. The United States has spent $ 83 billion on training and equipping Afghan security forces over the past 20 years.
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