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US President Biden defends troops pull out decision, skips media questions

US President defends troops pull out decision, skips media questions and walked out from the conference room with journalists kept asking questions on his failure to make a comprehensive policy for resolution of Afghan conflict other than leaving the mes behind.

Speech:

We have made it clear to the Taliban [that] if they attack our personnel, or disrupt our operation – the US… response will be swift and forceful,” says Biden.”We will defend out people with devastating force if necessary.””I will not pass this responsibility on to a fifth president,” he adds, repeating a line he has often said since his April decision to leave Afghanistan by September.​”I am deeply saddened by the facts we now face but I do not regret my decision to end America’s warfighting in Afghanistan.””I am the president of the US, the buck stops with me.”

Endless military deployments not the way – BidenBiden says Washington will “continue to push for diplomacy” in Afghanistan.”Now we’re focused on what is possible,” he says, adding that the US will:
Continue to support the Afghan people, Lead with our diplomacy, our international influence and our humanitarian aid, Push for regional diplomacy and engagement to prevent violence and instability, Speak out for the basic rights of the Afghan people”I’ve been clear, human rights must be the centre of our foreign policy, but the way to do it is not through endless military deployments,” he adds.

We have made it clear to the Taliban [that] if they attack our personnel, or disrupt our operation – the US… response will be swift and forceful,” says Biden.”We will defend out people with devastating force if necessary.””I will not pass this responsibility on to a fifth president,” he adds, repeating a line he has often said since his April decision to leave Afghanistan by September.​”I am deeply saddened by the facts we now face but I do not regret my decision to end America’s warfighting in Afghanistan.””I am the president of the US, the buck stops with me.”

Endless military deployments not the way – BidenBiden says Washington will “continue to push for diplomacy” in Afghanistan.”Now we’re focused on what is possible,” he says, adding that the US will:
Continue to support the Afghan people, Lead with our diplomacy, our international influence and our humanitarian aid, Push for regional diplomacy and engagement to prevent violence and instability, Speak out for the basic rights of the Afghan people”I’ve been clear, human rights must be the centre of our foreign policy, but the way to do it is not through endless military deployments,” he adds.

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