Trump plans to leave intelligence units in Afghanistan
US President Donald Trump in an interview with Fox News said that Washington intends to reduce the number of its troops in Afghanistan, while leaving intelligence units there.
“I would leave there a very strong intelligence. We must observe ... I would leave, and we will leave a very strong intelligence, much more than one would think. This is very important, ”Axios said.
In March, Senators Rand Paul and Tom Yudall noted that the war in Afghanistan cost the United States $ 2 trillion, 2,300 US soldiers were the victims of the conflict.
In addition, in February, the media reported that the US military could leave Afghanistan in the next three to five years.
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