President Joe Biden was among many who criticized Ghani’s reaction to the US withdrawal from Afghanistan in a recent news release.
Ghani says he “owe[s] the Afghan people an explanation for leaving Kabul abruptly on August 15th after Taliban unexpectedly entered the city.” The press release continued:
“The palace security requested that I leave, warning me that doing so ran the risk of reigniting the horrifying street-to-street warfare the city had witnessed during the Civil War in the 1990s. Leaving Kabul was the most difficult decision of my life, but I believe it was the only way to keep the guns silent and save Kabul and her 6 million citizens.”
“I must now address baseless allegations that as I left Kabul I took with me millions of dollars belonging to the Afghan people. These accusations are wholly and totally untrue.
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