The US military has “started retrograding” from the Kabul air terminal it’s “still accountable for the air terminal” and the security, Pentagon said on Saturday.
Pentagon press secretary John Kirby said that the US troops are “retrograding” from the Hamid Karzai International air terminal and noticed that Washington is “still accountable for the air terminal” and the security, CNN detailed.
Prior to the day, the Taliban had guaranteed that US fighters left three entryways and another piece of Kabul air terminal and the dread gathering began controlling the regions, detailed TOLO news.
Notwithstanding, Pentagon has guaranteed that the US will keep on working the Kabul air terminal.
“We are going to continue to operate the airport up until the end. We will continue to run that airfield to make sure that we can execute our operations,” Joint Staff deputy director for regional operations Army Major General William Hank Taylor said at a press conference on Saturday.
Earlier Pentagon informed that two “high-profile ISIS targets” were killed during an airstrike in Afghanistan on Friday.
“I can confirm, as more information has come in, that two high-profile ISIS targets were killed, and one was wounded. And we know of zero civilian casualties,” said Major General Taylor.
On Thursday, a self destruction plane and numerous ISIS-K shooters killed 13 US administration individuals and no less than 169 Afghan regular folks in the assault at the Kabul air terminal.