U.S. President Donald Trump visited for Thanksgiving, surprisingly, American troops in Afghanistan. There is no other place where he would want to spend the holiday, rather, Trump said on Thursday at Bagram Air Base North of Kabul at an address that was transferred by the channel Fox News. Officially, it was announced that Trump spends Thanksgiving in Florida, where he was in a phone conference with members of the military speak.
According to fellow journalists Trump met in the military base with the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. The President of the U.S. fueled hopes of a conclusion of peace with the radical Islamic Taliban: "The Taliban want to make a Deal," said Trump. The militia have declared that it is in ongoing discussions after the initial refusal to agree to a cease-fire ready. "I think that now they want a truce," said Trump. "So it will work, maybe."
The soldiers of Turkey
served Already in the last week a prisoner exchange hopes that a peace had fed circuit. The USA had led to this year months of negotiations with the Taliban. The goal is a withdrawal of U.S. troops from the Hindu Kush in exchange for security guarantees from the Islamists was. Trump stopped the talks in October, however, abruptly after the death of a US soldier, and eleven other people in an attack the Taliban in Kabul, although both sides were according to information from the negotiating circles close to an agreement.
The accompanying journalists, according to Trump thanked Turkey to the troops for their use, and served them the traditional meal at Thanksgiving. He also posed with soldiers for photographs. Eleven months ago, U.S. President Donald Trump in Iraq had held its first troops in combat troops abroad. He travelled together with his wife Melania at Christmas to the soldiers stationed there. Last week, the US Vice-President Mike Pence traveled to an unannounced visit to Iraq.
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Created: 28.11.2019, 22:36 PM