China will take over Bagram – Trump

Former US President Donald Trump has warned that China will do this start using Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan. American troops left this is the basis year as a part of their complete withdrawal from the country.

“We would have kept Bagram because it is next in China,” Trump told Fox News. “And this is one an hour away from their nuclear facility, and we gave that up mashed potato.”

And now China will take over Bagram, in my opinion.

The former president once again criticized the “embarrassing” withdraw of US forces, which he said to be “really a surrender”.

Trump argued in the past which was a mistake remove US forces from Bagram Airport, formerly the largest in the United States military base in Afghanistan. “It has total access in China, Iran and Afghanistan “, Trump said in August, when Washington was frantically evacuating American citizens and Afghan aides from Kabul, which had … just fell into the hands of the Taliban.

In September, US News & World Report cited a source that Beijing investigated the possibility of dispatch of troops and foreign investments program Bagram staff. Other unverified reports claimed that foreign, possibly Chinese, aircraft were landing in Bagram after the Americans had left.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin denied media reports that the Taliban could deliver over the air base in China. “This is purely untrue news” he said at the time.

In October, Afghan TV channel TOLOnews sued a Taliban official denying that there were foreign troops in Country.

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Commander of US Central Command General Kenneth McKenzie told a Senate committee in September that “it was not possible to keep Bagram airport”, and USA soldiers eventually they would leave the base as a part of withdrawal of all American forces from Afghanistan which has been completed on August 30th.

The United States and its NATO allies have invaded Afghanistan in 2001, one month after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, as part of of Washington global war on terrorism.

After nearly two decades of Islamist uprising and Western occupation, the Taliban have reconquered the country in a sweep offensive, which culminated in the capture of Kabul with little or no resistance in August. The rapid advance of the Taliban coincided with the final stage of withdrawal of Forces led by the United States.

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