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Biden announced withdrawal from Afghanistan by 9/11: "It's time to go home" - Walla! news

2021-04-14T19:14:33.819Z

The president announced that the 2,500 U.S. troops remaining in the country would begin their withdrawal on May 1st. "We will not back down hastily," Biden said at a White House news conference. "We will do so responsibly and in full coordination with our allies and partners." Biden added that he had talked to former US President George W. Bush about his decision



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Biden announces withdrawal from Afghanistan by September 11: "It's time to go home"

The president announced that the 2,500 U.S. troops remaining in the country would begin their withdrawal on May 1st.

"We will not back down hastily," Biden said at a White House news conference.

"We will do so responsibly and in full coordination with our allies and partners."

Biden added that he had talked to former US President George W. Bush about his decision

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Wednesday, 14 April 2021, 22:00 Updated: 22:08

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In the video: US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin pays a surprise visit to Afghanistan (Photo: Reuters)

US President Joe Biden announced today (Wednesday) that he intends to withdraw the remnants of US forces from Afghanistan by September 11.

"It's time to end America's longest war. It's time for American troops to return home," Biden said, noting that the 2,500 troops remaining in the country would begin their withdrawal on May 1.



"The United States will begin its final withdrawal on May 1 this year. It will not withdraw hastily," Biden said at a White House news conference.

"We will do this responsibly, deliberately and safely, and we will do so in full coordination with our allies and partners, who now have more forces in Afghanistan than we do."

Biden added that he had spoken with former President George W. Bush about his decision.

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"It's time for the American soldiers to return home."

Biden in the White House, tonight (Photo: Reuters)

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