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Insulting statements of Pakistan’s Information Minister about Afghanistan

Insulting statements of Pakistan’s Information Minister about Afghanistan

General Mark Milley, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US Army, is scheduled to testify at the hearing of the Foreign Relations Committee of the House of Representatives regarding the withdrawal of the Biden administration from Afghanistan.

This meeting will be held today, Tuesday, 29 Hoot, with the participation of General Kenneth McKenzie, the former head of the US Army Command. This is Milli’s first testimony after resigning from his position at the end of last year.

American representatives want Milli to provide a clearer assessment of the US military withdrawal from Afghanistan. Earlier, Milli and McKenzie expressed regret about the US withdrawal from Afghanistan.

The two senior US military officials said two years ago that they had advised the Biden administration to keep a small force in Afghanistan instead of withdrawing completely.

The former head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US Army last September called the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan a “strategic failure” for his country.

This meeting is held while Michael McCall, the chairman of the foreign relations committee of the US House of Representatives, threatened Anthony Blinken, the foreign minister of this country, for insulting the Congress and hiding the documents.

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