Major General Chris Donahue left Kabul Airport as the last U.S. Army. This is where this American soldier took place on the pages of history.
The United States has withdrawn troops from the Kabul airport a day ahead of schedule. The last military plane took off from Kabul airport at midnight on Monday, just one minute before 12 o’clock.
Major General Chris Donahue of the 62nd Airborne Division set foot on that last C-17 lock. The U.S. military official posted the photo of him in a tweet on behalf of the U.S. military.
Major was caught on a night vision camera. U.S. troops withdraw from Afghanistan after 20 years of war. Donahiur is, therefore, the last soldier to make history.
U.S. troops leave Kabul
On behalf of the Pentagon, General Kenneth McKenzie, head of the U.S. Central Command, announced that “the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan is over and the rescue of the Americans is over.”
There were members of the army on the plane. U.S. Ambassador Ross Wilson also returned to the country with them.
At the same time, the U.S. embassy in Kabul has been completely closed.
The Pentagon said in a statement that the United States had no more diplomatic representatives in Afghanistan. The office moved to Doha, Qatar.
“Our military presence in Afghanistan has come to an end,” U.S. President Joe Biden said in a statement after the withdrawal.
In the last 18 days, the work of aerial evacuation of countless people has been completed.
Praising the nation’s military, the president said: “U.S. forces have rescued more than 120,000 Americans and civilians from other countries.
The U.S. military has shown unparalleled courage, determination, and professionalism.”
Celebrating independence from the Taliban
Meanwhile, the Taliban are celebrating after the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Kabul.
The Taliban fired rockets as they took complete control of the Kabul airport.
They are delighted with the official end of the 20-year war. Rockets and shots are heard in the sky over Kabul. Some fire into the air, while others fire rockets.
Meanwhile, the Taliban spokesman Jabidullah Mujahid said: “My country gained complete independence as soon as the last American troops left Kabul airport.
Although at present, a somewhat chaotic situation has been created throughout the country. But once the government is in power, all problems will disappear. ” far.
Devika Chowdhury – She is a professional news editor, writer, and blogger for the last 10 years. She is working with NewsGater as an off-beat news editor cum writer.