Bundeswehr calls for a speedy withdrawal from Afghanistan – after 20 years of service.
In consultation with NATO allies, the German military is preparing to withdraw from Afghanistan very soon. The Ministry of Defense on Wednesday informed the Bundestag members about the discussions that could take place between September 11 and July 4.
On Wednesday, NATO decided to launch the currency devaluation by May 1st. Prior to that, the United States, the largest supplier of troops, had agreed to withdraw by September 11 – the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks by al-Qaeda, the Islamic network in the United States.
With 1,100 troops, Germany provides the second largest force in the NATO force of about 10,000, next to the United States.
AKK wants to bring in local staff before Germany
A few days ago, it was reported that Union Defense Minister Annegret Gromb-Karanbauer was bringing local bandagewear subsidiaries in Afghanistan to Germany before their departure in August.
“We are finally leaving the country and now I consider it the deepest duty of the Federal Republic of Germany not to leave these people insecure,” the minister told the German Press.
According to the Ministry of Defense, a simplified procedure is planned for this.
A.K.K. said he would like to learn from this activity. “Anyway, I would like to deal with this topic openly and seriously, even in its controversy, to Bundeswehr,” Cramp-Garnbour said. “There are lessons we can learn from everything that is unsuccessful and unsuccessful.” This also applies to future missions.