US State Dept Accuses Trump Admin of Disorder in Afghan Withdrawal Process

Patel called the US withdrawal from Afghanistan the right decision and emphasized that it has made the United States stronger.

The U.S. State Department has accused the Donald Trump administration of disorder in the process of the complete withdrawal of American forces from Afghanistan.

The deputy spokesman for the US Department of State, Vedant Patel, said that the Trump administration had no plan for the evacuation of American citizens and their Afghan allies.

He added: “You have to remember that President Biden made the decision to end this war and has repeatedly said it was the right thing to do and today our nation is stronger as a result and as part of the robust intense inter agency process and America’s longest war. The decision was made to keep an embassy and diplomatic presence in Kabul following the withdrawal of US combating troops.”

At the same time, the Islamic Emirate accused the United States of killing Afghan citizens.

Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, told TOLOnews: “The Americans had invaded Afghanistan, they occupied it, they killed people. When the oppression and occupation ended, that was a good day for Afghanistan, and the country’s benefit was in it.”

Some analysts also assessed the consequences of the end of the war and the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan in this manner.

“It was very good that the US left Afghanistan because this war cost Afghanistan dearly in human terms, and today we are left with a shattered economy,” Tariq Farhadi, an international relations analyst, told TOLOnews.

“The people suffered, the region became unstable, the world became unstable, and the fate of the terrorist is unknown, who had been financing the terrorist for forty years,” said Yousuf Amin Zazai, a political analyst.

The twenty-year presence of foreign forces in the country ended on August 31, 2021, with the departure of the last American soldier from Afghanistan. According to reports, this conflict cost America two trillion dollars, and 2,460 American military personnel were killed in this battle, with over 21,000 others wounded.

US State Dept Accuses Trump Admin of Disorder in Afghan Withdrawal Process