The US military has led an air strike against Taliban warriors in Afghanistan, only hours after President Donald Trump said he had a “generally excellent talk” with a pioneer of the gathering.
The US marked an arrangement with the Taliban on Saturday planned for carrying harmony to Afghanistan following quite a while of war.
Be that as it may, a US powers representative said it propelled an air strike on Wednesday because of Taliban contenders assaulting Afghan powers in Helmand area.
The Taliban has not remarked.
It was not promptly clear if there were any setbacks.
What did the US state?
Wednesday’s strike was the first by the US against the Taliban in 11 days, when a decrease in savagery understanding started between the different sides in the number one spot up to Saturday’s agreement.
In an announcement on Twitter, Colonel Sonny Leggett, a representative for the US powers in Afghanistan, said it was a “cautious strike” to disturb an assault on an Afghan National Security Forces checkpoint.
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The representative included that the US was still “dedicated to harmony” yet had an obligation to safeguard its Afghan accomplices. He said Afghans and the US had consented to their side of the understanding, while the Taliban seemed expectation on “wasting” the chance.