Didn't expect Kabul to fall this year, says Raab

  • Major developments in international politics are taking place as US forces have officially withdrawn from Afghanistan

  • While defending Britain's withdrawal from Afghanistan, Dominic Raab, who is currently the foreign minister of the UK has said that accordingly to intelligence Kabul was unlikely to fall this year

  • In an emergency session of parliament’s foreign affairs committee to discuss the crisis in Afghanistan, Raab said the central assessment of Britain’s intelligence service was that the Taliban would only consolidate its control of the country in the months after western countries had evacuated their troop

  • Calls in the UK have intensified to sack Raab since he went for a holiday as the Taliban consolidated its control over Kabul

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