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May Continue Diplomacy In Afghanistan After August 31 If Safe: US


May Continue Diplomacy In Afghanistan After August 31 If 'Safe': US

United States is open to maintaining its diplomatic presence at Kabul’s airport (File)

Washington:

The United States is open to maintaining its diplomatic presence at Kabul’s airport after a withdrawal deadline at the end of the month if conditions permit, a State Department spokesman said Tuesday. 

“We are thinking about this in terms of August 31. If it is safe and responsible for us to potentially stay longer, that is something we may be able to look at,” the spokesman, Ned Price, told reporters.

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