Presidentsaid yesterday that the conquest over Al Qaeda in Afghanistan is nearer than ever after a period obvious by the Western failure to soothe the country, at a cost of hundreds of billions of dollars and tens of thousands of victims.
Obama paid acknowledgment to "sacrifice" of American soldiers and said the U.S. will halt military procedures in Afghanistan and Iraq "dependably".
"For 10 years, in retort to the bouts of September 11, our country went to war against Al Qaeda and its Taliban defenders in Afghanistan," Obama said in a statement, recalled that the conflict cost the lives of "near 1800 patriotic "Americans.
Obama also said that the U.S. is closer "than ever of beating Al Qaeda and its complex noxious" after the elimination of their leader Osama Bin Laden by a U.S. expertise in Pakistan, in early May.
On October 7, 2001, the U.S. began blitzing in Afghanistan after the Taliban regime's snub to bring to the crown of Al Qaeda, Osama Bin Laden.
Just weeks are required for the Western coalition to oust the Taliban. Ten years later, this war, one of the lengthiest in U.S. history, even longer than the Soviet occupation of the 1980s, was malformed into a progressively gory predicament.
NATO, which plans to remove combat troops from the country by the end of 2014, endures to seek a proper way out of this battle, according to various estimates, between 34,000 and has caused 80,000 people and in which the U.S. has spent at least 444,000 million.