General Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai removed as Afghan Army Chief

General Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai removed as Afghan Army Chief

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Kabul: General Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai on Wednesday has been removed as Afghanistan Army Chief following the defeat of the military by Taliban.

At the time of this operation, the Taliban also occupied two other Afghan cities, one of which was only 200 kilometers (125 miles) from Kabul-thousands of people fled their homes in the north in search of the capital and other centers. Safety.

However, despite the bloodshed, and with the insurgents sweeping through, and now eight provincial capitals have been overthrown, US President Joe Biden did not hint that he would postpone his deadline for withdrawing all US troops before August 31. Rather, it urges the Afghan leaders to “united” and “fight”. For themselves. “

On the other hand, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani flew to the besieged northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif to assemble his besieged forces. Taliban fighters now occupy more than a quarter of the country in less than a week. Of the capital city.

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