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I had offered to maintain 2,500 American troops in Afghanistan, but it was not accepted.

پیشنهاد حفظ ۲۵۰۰ نیروی آمریکایی در افغانستان را داده بودم اما پذیرفته نشد.

General Mark Milley, the former head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the United States Army, has said that he proposed to maintain 2,500 American troops in Afghanistan, but it was not accepted.

Milli said these words on Tuesday, the 29th of Hout during his testimony at the hearing meeting of the Foreign Relations Committee of the US House of Representatives regarding the withdrawal of the Joe Biden government from Afghanistan.

He added: “I had made this offer, but it is beyond my legal jurisdiction to say who did not accept my offer.”He has stated that he predicted that the Afghan government would fall.

“We could not build a government and this is our strategic failure,” Milli said.

On the other hand, General Frank McKenzie, the former head of the Central Command of the US Army (CENTCOM) also said in this meeting that the collapse of the Afghan government disrupted the withdrawal plans.

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