Biden, after the approval of the nearly $1 trillion infrastructure package in the Senate White HouseHe made evaluations in .
Stating that the said bill will provide an opportunity for the development of infrastructure systems, Biden said that it will allow the strengthening of national infrastructure.
Biden reiterated that the infrastructure bill will not increase taxes by a penny for those earning less than $400,000 a year, adding that the investments in the package will provide more employment, productivity and growth in the long run. “Forecasters on Wall Street predict that our economy will expand by trillions of dollars over the next 10 years, creating an additional 2 million jobs a year beyond what is currently expected,” said President Biden. said.
Noting that the infrastructure bill shows that the two parties can work together, Biden said, “The clogged arteries at the heart of our economy will be opened. The infrastructure package will reduce transportation costs and overall costs for families and businesses.” made its assessment.
“I don’t regret my decision”
Answering questions from members of the press after his speech, Biden said, “I respect the governor’s decision.” gave the answer.
AfghanistanWhen asked about the Taliban’s control of many cities in the last few days, Biden reminded that they have spent trillions of dollars in 20 years, equipping and training more than 300,000 Afghan forces with modern equipment.
Biden underlined the need for Afghan leaders to come together to fight for their nation. they have to.” said.
Stating that he thinks Afghan leaders are beginning to realize that they need to come together politically, Biden said, “We will keep our commitment, but I do not regret my decision.” used his statements.
Taliban’s incursion into northern provinces
After the USA’s decision to withdraw its military forces from Afghanistan, the Taliban, whose attacks reached its peak, is seizing the centers of the northern provinces, which provide the country’s connection with Central Asia, one after the other.
According to the Doha Agreement signed between the USA and the Taliban, the Taliban declared that they would not attack the provincial centers before the last date of withdrawal of NATO forces, September 11, 2021, and turned to the provincial centers, citing the US air strikes.
In the last 5 days, the Taliban took a total of 8 provincial centers, one in the southwest, one in the west, and five in the north and northeast of the country, from Afghan government forces.
The Afghan government still controls 26 out of 34 provincial centres.
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