Ghani Biden Phone Call: What was the last time Joe Biden and Ashraf Ghani talked, it has been revealed. There was also a discussion about Pakistan between the two. At the same time, Biden asked Ghani to accept some important advice.
Former Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani and US President Joe Biden (Ashraf Ghani-Joe Biden)
Ashraf Ghani Joe Biden Last Phone Call Details: The last talks between US President Joe Biden and former Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani were on 23 July. A few weeks later, that is, on August 15, the Taliban captured Afghanistan. Due to which Ghani fled the country and his government also fell. Now important information related to the last conversation between Biden and Ghani has come to the fore. They talked for about 14 minutes, which included discussing issues like military aid and political strategy.
According to the news agency Reuters, there was no talk between them about the possibility of Taliban occupying Afghanistan. Reuters has reviewed a transcript of the president’s phone call and listened to audio to substantiate the conversation. This transcript was given to him by a source on the condition of anonymity. It is learned that Biden told Ghani that the US would provide assistance if he (Ghani) made a plan against a Taliban attack.
Advised to hold press conference
Biden also advised Ghani to make a military strategy and the then Defense Minister General Bismillah Khan Mohammadi should be made the warrior of this plan. He said that he (Biden) is not a military person, so he (Ghani) cannot give any advice on military strategy. As the Taliban were increasing their lead and capturing districts one after another, Biden told Ghani that he should hold a press conference of Afghan politicians to present the perception of Afghanistan to the world.
Biden praises Afghan army?
According to the report, Biden praised the Afghan armed forces, saying, ‘You clearly have a good army. You have an army of 3 lakh soldiers, which is capable of fighting 70-80,000 Taliban fighters. We will continue to struggle diplomatically, politically and economically to ensure that your government not only survives but survives and moves forward. The White House has refused to say anything about this. At the same time, this disclosure has come at a time when the US has held the Afghan army responsible for the Taliban’s capture.
What did Ghani say to Biden?
Ashraf Ghani told Biden that Afghanistan is facing an invasion and it is not the only Taliban attacking it. Ghani reportedly said that apart from the Taliban, Pakistan’s entire plan (Pakistan Helps Taliban) is also involved in it, which is supporting it. He has sent 10-15 thousand international terrorists here. Ghani said that we can find peace only when the military situation is balanced. He told that he has also gone to four big cities for this. Biden advised Ghani to take former President Hamiz Karzai along, to which Ghani said he had tried. He said that Karzai was cursing him (Ashraf Ghani) by calling him a servant of America.
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