Trump reiterates to end the Afghan war and withdrawing troops

Washington: US President Donald Trump reassured his promise to bargain military withdrawal from Afghanistan, stating he had no aspiration to slaughter “hundreds of thousands” in endless fighting.
Trump offered his consent for further negotiations with Taliban troops while addressing a highly partisan state of the union address.
Trump told the mutual session of congress “I am not looking to kill hundreds of thousands of people in Afghanistan, many of them totally innocent”.
He said “It is also not our function to serve other nations as a law enforcement agency. These are war-fighters, the best in the world, and they either want to fight to win or not fight at all”.
Further on “We are working to finally end America’s longest war, and bring our troops back home”.
Tramp states he canceled peace negotiations with the Afghan Taliban.
Tramp declared the Afghan war after September 11, 2001, as “a drain on blood and treasure” and extended concern regarding the wisdom of keeping military overseas.
Last year, he clearly said that he had canceled the meeting at the Camp David announced earlier owing to Taliban attack killing one American.
Later, veteran Negotiator for US Zalmay Khalilzad resumed the negotiations, which have proceeded for months in Qatar.
The US will vacate troops, and the Taliban will assure not to let extremists make use of Afghanistan as a base, also to initiate talks with the internationally-backed government in Kabul, as per the draft deal.
More recently, the Taliban has proposed a limited reduction in bloodshed.–Worldwide News

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