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Germany promises help for local staff amid Afghan withdrawal

Germany promises help for local staff amid Afghan withdrawal

18/4/2021 1:12:00 PM

Germany promises help for local staff amid Afghan withdrawal

Germany promises help for local staff amid Afghan withdrawal

WorldFILE: Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, Federal Minister of Defence, speaks at Holzdorf Air Base in Schoenewalde, Germany, Apr 12, 2021. (Patrick Pleul/dpa via AP, File)18 Apr 2021 05:53PMShare this contentBookmarkBERLIN: The German defence minister says she wants to help bring some Afghan employees of her country's military to Germany as it prepares to leave Afghanistan after nearly 20 years.

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NATO allies including Germany are set to join the United States in pulling their remaining troops out of Afghanistan, starting on May 1. Germany currently has just over 1,000 troops participating in the mission there, and about 300 local employees.Advertisement

AdvertisementDefence Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer told German news agency dpa in comments published Sunday (Apr 18) that she wants to get employees who may face danger if they remain in Afghanistan to Germany quickly. Read more: CNA »

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A war that never win yet they stupidly followed behind the American.