Time for troop withdrawal from Afghanistan is appropriate, does not want confrontation with Russia and China: Biden
WASHINGTON: US President Joe Biden, addressing a congressional hearing, said it was time to withdraw troops from Afghanistan. We do not want a confrontation with Russia and China, we want to restore trust between Pakistan and the American people.
In his address to the US Congress on the eve of the 100th day of his presidency, President Joe Biden said that the time was right for the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. He said that America is moving forward again and is ready to lead the world. They do not want a confrontation with China, nor do they want to escalate tensions with Russia.
He also said that the trust between Pakistan and the American people needs to be restored. Referring to the corona virus, the president said
The vaccination process has accelerated, every 16-year-old can be vaccinated in the United States, but more needs to be done to prevent an epidemic.
He also announced plans to create millions of jobs. During the speech, the US President said that he would overcome the attacks on democracy. He called on Congress to pass a police reform bill on George Floyd’s anniversary.
A new date was set during the president’s speech, with two women appearing on his right and left for the first time. On the right was Vice President Kamala Harris and on the left was Speaker Nancy Pelosi Brajman. When the 46th President of the United States came to address the Congress, he was given a warm welcome.