Members of the Afghan unique forces’ elite group trained by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) who assisted the United States evacuation operation in Kabul got death dangers from the Taliban, The Washington Post reported, mentioning United States authorities acquainted with the matter.
The elite group, which was trained for counterterrorism objectives and worked together with United States intelligence companies for many years, helped the United States forces to leave more than 2,000 American residents and irreversible locals, along with around 5,550 regional embassy staffers, third-country nationals and Afghans at danger of Taliban reprisal.
“They were extraordinarily well trained, and when, frankly, the regular army was dropping their weapons and running away, they were running into the breach,” a senior United States administration authorities informed the paper, including that the majority of the unique forces released in southern Afghanistan needed to “fight their way” to Kabul to assist the evacuation operation.
The Taliban have actually recognized some members of the elite group and sent them text with dangers to eliminate them and their households, the news outlet included.
The Washington Post did not define the precise variety of these elite group members stranded in Afghanistan however kept in mind that the resettlement procedure was extraordinarily governmental and sluggish.
Following the Taliban takeover, a variety of nations started leaving their residents and diplomatic objectives from Afghanistan, and some have actually assured aid to their Afghan partners.