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24.03.2020 - 06:24 [ Tagesschau ]

Konflikt um Präsidentenamt: USA kürzen Hilfen für Afghanistan

Er hatte dort Staatschef Ashraf Ghani sowie dessen Erzrivalen Abdullah Abdullah getroffen, die seit der Wahl im vergangenen Jahr beide die Präsidentschaft für sich beanspruchen.

Die USA seien „enttäuscht“ über das Verhalten der beiden afghanischen Rivalen, erklärte Pompeo. Deren Versäumnis, eine Einheitsregierung zu bilden, habe die Beziehungen zwischen den USA und Afghanistan „beschädigt“.

23.03.2020 - 15:48 [ i24news.tv/ ]

Mike Pompeo lands in Afghanistan to salvage Taliban treaty

Pompeo will meet Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and his rival, ex-Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah, who also proclaimed himself president after results of the September vote were published with a months-long delay.

The Kabul-Taliban prisoner swap, which is one of the steps outlined in the Doha agreement will allegedly be at the top of the agenda,

14.03.2020 - 02:42 [ Zeit ]

Bundestag verlängert Afghanistan-Einsatz

Das nun bis zum 31. März 2021 verlängerte Mandat sieht vor, dass weiterhin bis zu 1.300 Soldaten entsandt werden können. Für eine Verlängerung plädierten Politiker und Politikerinnen von SPD und Union.

02.03.2020 - 04:41 [ Antikrieg.com ]

Veteranengruppe lobt Trumps Friedensabkommen, tadelt ‚Armstuhlkriegerin Cheney‘

„Nach fast zwei Jahrzehnten sind wir dankbar, dass unser Oberbefehlshaber dem amerikanischen Volk und den kämpfenden Männern und Frauen Amerikas und ihren Familien zur Seite stand“, sagte McKnight, „und die wölfischen Forderungen von Armstuhlkriegern wie Liz Cheney ignorierte, deren Familie von Hunderten von Millionen Dollar an Militärverträgen profitierte und buchstäblich Geld mit Kriegen verdiente, in die sie andere Menschen schickte.“

02.03.2020 - 04:36 [ Antiwar.com ]

Veterans Group Praises Trump Peace Agreement, Chides ‘Chicken Hawk Cheney’

Sgt. Dan McKnight, Afghanistan war veteran and founder of BringOurTroopsHome.US, Saturday praised President Donald Trump’s announcement of a peace agreement with Taliban forces that could lead to total withdrawal of U.S. forces in Afghanistan some time next year. The announcement came a day after McKnight blasted Congresswoman Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., for attempting to publicly undercut Trump’s efforts.

01.03.2020 - 14:33 [ ABC News ]

„Let’s go home“: Afghan war vets torn on US-Taliban deal

The peace plan calls for the Trump administration to initially draw down U.S. troop levels in Afghanistan from 13,000 to 8,600, with the remaining American forces withdrawing in 14 months.

In return, the Taliban promise not to let extremists use the country to stage attacks on the U.S. or its allies. The Taliban and representatives from Kabul must negotiate a framework for a postwar Afghanistan.

29.02.2020 - 17:18 [ Daily Beast ]

The Taliban Peace Deal Might Have Been Had Many Years and Thousands of Lives Ago

Whatever emerges, Trump—to his credit and to the shame of those Trump critics who consider themselves more responsible stewards of U.S. foreign policy—has shattered the generation-long American political cowardice that inhibited negotiating an end to the war.

At least three times over the past 19 years that the U.S. could have had such a deal, on terms at least as favorable to Washington as the one reached now, and likely better.

29.02.2020 - 16:40 [ Daly Mail ]

US and Taliban sign peace deal that will send ALL American troops home in 14 months and pave way to end of 18-year Afghanistan war

– Pompeo was on hand for signing of the historic peace deal with the Taliban on Saturday in Doha, Qatar
– Deal paves the way for a full US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan in 14 months if conditions are met
– Taliban agrees to steps to ensure Afghanistan doesn’t once again become a safe-haven for terrorists
– America has been at war in Afghanistan for 18 years since invasion after the 9/11 terror attacks
– Announcement of peace deal came after a partial week-long truce between the parties

29.02.2020 - 16:21 [ New York Times ]

U.S. Strikes Deal With Taliban to Withdraw Troops From Afghanistan

The United States signed a deal with the Taliban on Saturday that sets the stage to end America’s longest war — the nearly two-decade-old conflict in Afghanistan that began after the Sept. 11 attacks, killed tens of thousands of people, vexed three White House administrations and left mistrust and uncertainty on all sides.

29.02.2020 - 16:10 [ Tagesschau ]

USA und Taliban unterschreiben: Friedensabkommen für Afghanistan

Mehr als 18 Jahre nach dem US-Einmarsch in Afghanistan haben die USA und die militant-islamistischen Taliban ein Abkommen über Wege zu einem Frieden geschlossen.