Mike Victon, commander of the British Royal Air Force, announced that his forces were ready to attack ISIS positions in Afghanistan if needed.
“Finally we must do our part to defeat ISIS in the international alliance. Newspaper, Telegraph.”
He added: “I have no doubt that if we have the capacity to contribute, we will be ready. It will be wherever violent extremism raises its head.
He pointed out that Afghanistan was one of the most hard-to-reach countries, but British forces were able to operate there.
It comes after British Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb confirmed that Britain would use “all necessary means” against ISIS.
ISIS’s local branch in Afghanistan targeted Kabul airport on August 26, killing 200 people, including 13 U.S. soldiers.
Washington announces air strikes on ISIS bases in Afghanistan.
On the other hand, US President Joe Biden thanked US forces after the official conclusion of their mission in Afghanistan, explaining that he would deliver a speech to the American people explaining the reason for not extending the US military presence in Afghanistan. At the end of this month.
“I want to thank our leaders and the men and women who worked under their leadership for the dangerous withdrawal from Afghanistan … without further loss of American lives,” Biden said. House website. Our forces carried the largest air traffic in American history to more than 120,000 American citizens and citizens of our allies and Afghan allies. The army has been in Afghanistan for many years.
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