Washington: The United States may have withdrawn its entire army from Afghanistan, but it will still continue its operations against terrorists here. A US Army official says the US may carry out airstrikes on terrorists if needed in the coming days. More importantly, according to the official, the United States can take Taliban cooperation for this purpose.
According to U.S. Army General Mark Milli, the US may carry out airstrikes on Islamic militants in Afghanistan, which can be done in the future by cooperating with the Taliban. Mark Milli said the Taliban is a ruthless organization, it's still the same as decades old. However, he also said that the future of the Taliban in Afghanistan cannot be predicted from now on. Afghanistan and the Taliban will have to be monitored for some time to come.
According to a U.S. military official, the US and the Taliban had professional relations recently when the United States expelled millions of people from Afghanistan. Because the Taliban prepared safe surfaces for U.S. citizens up to the airport. Tell you that the US carried out an airstrike on ISIS-K even before leaving Afghanistan. ISIS-K attacked Kabul airport, killing 13 U.S. soldiers.