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Mathis: we defeated in Afghanistan

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Mathis: we defeated in Afghanistan

Post by rocky on Thu 15 Jun 2017, 2:38 am


Mathis: we defeated in Afghanistan



14/06/2017



US Secretary of Defense, General "James Mattis," admitted that the United States has been defeated in Afghanistan, saying that the US forces in this country is not the victor of the war.
The US Secretary of Defense during the hearing in the US Congress that the US forces in this country is not the victorious party, and that the war and the military situation in Afghanistan is never acceptable and should the situation there is changing rapidly.
Matisse will be presented to the US Congress of a new strategy for the war in Afghanistan to change the situation there before the end of the month of July, while admitted to the Republican US Senator and Chairman of the Armed Services Committee of the US Senate, "John McCain" that the situation in Afghanistan has changed and said: "The situation there needs to be a change in the strategy to increase the necessary resources. "
It is expected that the number of American soldiers who are rising in Afghanistan from 8009 to about 13 thousand soldiers under the pretext of switching routine procedures for soldiers who are there, and at the request of the commander of US forces in Afghanistan, General "Nicolson."
America has lost the lives of 2,300 US troops since the beginning of the war on Afghanistan in 2001, and injured more than 17 thousand another soldier.


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