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If the Taliban attack continues, the United States will continue its airstrikes and support for Afghan forces. That will happen even after the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. Airstrikes have already increased in recent days.

US General Kenneth McKenzie, chairman of Sentcom, said.

The Taliban have seized much of the country since the US announced its withdrawal. Afghan troops provided little resistance.

Two weeks ago, General Austin Scott Miller, commander of US forces and head of the NATO alliance in Afghanistan, gave orders to General McKenzie, head of the Centaum, the central command of the U.S. military responsible for military operations in the 20 countries. Middle East, Central and South Asia. It was one of the last symbolic events before the last departure of foreign troops from Afghanistan. That withdrawal must be completed by the end of August.

Taliban victory ‘inevitable’

“The United States has stepped up its airstrikes in recent days in support of Afghan forces,” McKenzie told reporters in Kabul. “And if the Taliban continue their attacks, that high level will be maintained.”

“I want to be clear: the Afghan government will be tested in the coming days. The Taliban are trying to make their campaign inevitable. But they are wrong: the victory of the Taliban is not inevitable,” the general said.

The Taliban have seized most of the country since the United States announced its withdrawal. Afghan troops provided little resistance. Two weeks ago, General Austin Scott Miller, commander of US forces and head of the NATO alliance in Afghanistan, gave orders to General McKenzie, head of the Centaum, the central command of the U.S. military responsible for military operations in the 20 countries. Middle East, Central and South Asia. It was one of the last symbolic events before the last departure of foreign troops from Afghanistan. That withdrawal must be completed by the end of August. “The United States has stepped up its airstrikes in recent days in support of Afghan troops,” McKenzie told reporters in Kabul. “If the Taliban continue their attacks, that high level will be maintained.” “I want to be clear: the Afghan government will be tested in the coming days. The Taliban are trying to make their campaign inevitable. But they are wrong: the victory of the Taliban is not inevitable,” the general said.

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