Following the US military, the British military also withdrew from Afghanistan. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has revealed in parliament that most of his troops have withdrawn from Afghanistan, Reuters reported on Wednesday. “I hope we don’t make the wrong conclusion that Britain will withdraw from Afghanistan,” said Johnson about the withdrawal of British troops, but on the 2nd of this month, Bagram Airfield, where the U.S. military was at its core station. The local security is in an uncertain situation as he returned to the Afghan government forces and withdrew.
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British Chief of the Defense Staff Nick Carter also worried that the withdrawal of foreign troops could put Afghanistan into a civil war situation as it did in the 1990s. With 15 areas surrendered to the Taliban since the 2nd of this month, the Taliban’s occupied territories are expanding rapidly throughout Afghanistan, excluding the west.