US bombers are flying to Afghanistan, Taliban seeks UN help

WASHINGTON – According to Russian military intelligence, four American bombers [B-52 and B-2 Spirit] are already flying to Afghanistan for possible preparation of air bombing in response to yesterday’s terrorist attacks at Kabul airport, BulgarianMilitary.com has learned. The information has not yet been officially confirmed, but it comes against the background of the already issued order of US President Joe Biden to strike at terrorists and their buildings by the terrorist group ISIS-K.

“We will respond with force and precision in our time, in a place we choose in a manner of our choosing,” Biden said, declining to give specifics on timing. “These ISIS terrorists will not win. We will rescue the Americans. We will get our Afghan allies out. And our mission will go on,” the President said. “America will not be intimidated.” Shortly before his statement, the four bombers were spotted in the Persian Gulf region.

According to military experts and political scientists, the upcoming air strikes will be carried out not only on the territory of Afghanistan, but also in Iraq and Syria. They [experts] suggest that initially the United States will attack certain Islamic State positions and positions, followed by an “individual hunt” of individuals associated with and involved in the Islamic State terrorist group.

BulgarianMilitary.com reminded you that yesterday, August 26, a series of suicide bombings and car bomb blasts shook Kabul, killing dozens of civilians. At least 12 US Marines were killed and dozens wounded. Earlier in the statement, the US president took full responsibility for their deaths.

The Taliban have asked for help from the UN

Sher Mohammed Abbas Stanekzai, deputy head of the Taliban’s political office in Doha, met with David Beasley, executive director of the World Food Program (WFP), to discuss humanitarian aid to Afghanistan and the current situation.

“Both sides also discussed the challenges facing the country, adding that the World Food Program must provide immediate assistance to the poor in Afghanistan,” Taliban spokesman Mohamed Naim said on Friday.

“The delegation of the Islamic Emir assured the head of the WFP of security and cooperation and thanked them for the humanitarian aid,” the statement said.

There are fears of an increase in the terrorist threat to Russia

Alexei Chepa, deputy chairman of the State Duma’s international relations committee, told Interfax that there were fears of an increase in the terrorist threat to Russia amid the explosion at Kabul airport.

“The terrorist attack took place despite the agreements declared by the Americans with the Taliban during the withdrawal of the contingent of troops from Afghanistan. The growing threat of terrorist attacks on the Russian Federation after the explosion in Kabul” Chepa said.

At the same time, Chepa stressed that Russia has never removed this threat from its accounts and has not lost vigilance, given the danger of terrorists entering the territory of the Russian Federation.

“Honestly, we have never removed this suspicion. We have recently conducted exercises in both Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, we understand what the threat may be here, so we will work,” the parliamentarian added.

According to US media reports, at least one explosion took place in the area of ​​Kabul airport on Thursday, the Turkish Ministry of Defense reported two explosions. According to unconfirmed reports, we can talk about 13 victims, including children.

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