America is preparing to expand its military efforts against the Taliban in Afghanistan
brought to the newspaper "Washington Post", the US, highlighted the proposal of senior military policy advisers, and external US President, Donald Trump, the introduction of a major shift on the strategy of the United States in Afghanistan, in a move that would put Washington actually at war again with the Taliban.
The newspaper quoted - in the context of a report published on its website on Tuesday - US officials - speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations - saying, that the new plan , which still needs approval "Trump", calling for the expansion of the US military role in an effort to wider aims to push the Taliban movement , which has grown self - confidence and began to restore its activity back to the negotiating table.
One official said, the plan comes at the conclusion of a comprehensive review of policies that reflect the desire of "Trump", in contrast to the deteriorating security situation in Afghanistan and start winning again.
She explained that the new strategy , which is supported by senior US administration officials that would allow the Pentagon - not the White House - limiting the number of troops in Afghanistan, giving the US military there is a wider use of air strikes to target Taliban authority, adding that it will also lift the restrictions imposed in the era of former US President Barack Obama, which limit the movement of US military advisers in the battlefield.
Reported that the final outcome of such changes put forward is the reverse , "Obama", which aimed to reduce steadily from the US military role in Afghanistan , as well as the risks to US forces there and the cost of the war effort, after more than 15 years of the arrival of US troops Afghanistan.
It is expected to reach "Trump", a final strategy in this regard by NATO to be held at the Brussels summit on May 25 / Oaargara.
The officials said, it is unclear whether the "Trump" - who spoke a little bit about the longest war waged by the United States - will look positively to the expansion of the US role in Afghanistan, at a time which he expressed his "Trump", expressed skepticism about allowing American soldiers engaging in foreign conflicts, he expressed the American President, also expressed his desire to knock the iron hand on terrorism, and seems pleased with the use of military force.
In the same context, attributed the "Washington Post", to Andrew Wilder, an expert affairs of Afghanistan, the US Institute of Peace, said, "A review is an opportunity to convey the message that the United States will send more troops but will not achieve a military victory forever, this review is It is only an attempt to reach a negotiated end to this conflict. "
Britain are new plans to stem the flow of illegal migrants to its territory
revealed the newspaper "Daily Telegraph", the British, the British ministers, are drawing up new plans to stop the arrival of illegal immigrants to Britain, amid fears that eliminates the French president - elect, Emmanuel shifty, the Convention " Touquet ", border control between the two countries. The newspaper, in a report on its website reported, on Tuesday, that "shifty", pledged during his election campaign to renegotiate the agreement "Touquet", which enables the British border officers to carry out surveillance operations in France. She noted that the Prime Minister of Britain, Theresa May, appeared on Monday, in agreement with the idea of reviewing the agreement once again with its pledge to defend audit operations on the border, saying it would benefit both France and the United Kingdom.
It learned the newspaper that, in the event of cancellation agreement "Trukih", the conduct of companies ferries between the two countries will become responsible for preventing transit of illegal immigrants across the Channel, and will be fined the companies that fail in this amount of two thousand pounds on every illegal immigrant is moved. Under the agreement , "Touquet" signed by London and Paris, in 2003, that Britain would conduct border control in the town of Calais northern France, to stop migrants wishing to reach their territory across the border with France.