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Afghanistan: Drone strikes in Afghanistan again if necessary, warns Pentagon

Own report: Even if the US military leaves Afghanistan, it will launch drone strikes again if necessary. The Pentagon gave such a warning to IS Khorasan. The US is keeping an eye on the Afghan province as well as several other countries in South Asia. The Pentagon issued the warning within 24 hours of withdrawing troops from Afghanistan.

“Islamic State of Khorasan and several other militant groups are carrying out terrorist activities in South Asian countries,” said John Kirby, the Pentagon’s press secretary. If necessary, the US will launch drone strikes again to handle everything.

Press Secretary John Kirby added: “We are not going into a speculative operation. It will be based on real context. We will continue to maintain our power. We will use it when needed.”

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On Tuesday, the U.S. military left The 20-year war came to an end. The U.S. military eventually returned to the country. The United States withdrew its troops from Afghanistan. As previously announced, the United States withdrew troops from Afghanistan before the August 31 deadline.

“Our military presence in Afghanistan is over,” Biden said. In the last 18 days, the work of evacuating most of the people by air has been completed. The U.S. military has rescued more than 120,000 U.S. citizens, aid workers and U.S. Afghan allies, the largest in U.S. history. The US military has shown an incredible amount of courage, determination and professionalism. ”

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