Monday, July 4

Boris Johnson announces that most British troops have already left Afghanistan



British Prime Minister Boris Johsnon confirmed on Thursday that the majority of British troops have been withdrawn from Afghanistan, thus ending their official role in a two-decade conflict, amid fears that the departure of soldiers foreigners can lead to a chaotic crisis that triggers a civil war. There were still 750 soldiers present in Afghanistan, assigned to the training of the Afghan army, in addition to its support.

«All British troops assigned to the NATO mission in Afghanistan are now returning home, “Johnson said in a statement to parliament. “For obvious reasons, I will not reveal the timing of our departure, although I can tell the chamber (parliament)