The New York Times reports from Russian premiums for the dead Nato soldiers to the Taliban. All sides deny yet more or less the story.According to a report from the New York Times Russia, a head money on Taliban , if you reject Nato soldiers killed Russia the report, from Afghanistan disclaimer US-President Donald Trump* will be informed in March about the location of be
Washington - the Russian secret services are to be paid in Afghanistan, Taliban-militants rewards, when successful more attacks on Nato soldiers committed. The secret agent paid therefore a lot of money especially if the attacks on soldiers of the United States and great Britain . The U.S. newspaper "the New York Times reported," and refers to intelligence circles in the United States.
Donald Trump should have known since March of Russian premiums to Taliban
As the newspaper reported, is to US President Donald Trump have been in March on the bounty payments informed. the Trump have discussed the situation with his National security Council and possible responses developed. These are supposed to have passed from public complaints to sanctions. None of the measures has been set, however.
so Far, it is not clear whether the radical Islamist grouping really have to get the money for killed US soldiers . Overall, the fighting in Afghanistan have been killed since the beginning up to the year 2018 2.372 members of the US army . In the year 2019, according to the "New York Times" 20 U.S. soldiers have died in combat operations. In the year 2020, it should have still given 4 deaths. Since February of this year, Taliban have attacked no American military facilities, or military personnel more.
Vladimir Putin is not familiar with the report on rewards for Taliban allegedly
According to Dmitry Peskov, press Secretary of the Vladimir Putin , is the report in the newspaper, so far, no topic in the Kremlin . You will comment at the appropriate time of the allegations. The Russian Embassy in Washington , said the report by the "New York Times" as "Fake News", so it is not the truth. In the short message service Twitter, the Embassy of death threats reported against members of the embassies in Washington and London as a result of the report of the newspaper.
'@MFA_Russia: it has not long been a secret in Afghanistan that members of the U.S. intelligence community are involved in drug trafficking, cash payments to militants for letting convoys pass through, kickbacks from contracts implementing various projects paid by US taxpayers. https://t.co/UEgykluRLQ— Russia in the USA (@RusEmbUSA) June 27, 2020
the Taliban reject the report. They said that they would continue in February with Washington, signed agreement should be the Basis for a withdrawal of foreign troops in Afghanistan. "The 19-year-old Jihad of the Islamic Emirate is not the service institutions or foreign countries owing to the activities of any Secret," said a spokesman for the Taliban in Kabul. To the New York Times the Taliban said: "Our targeted killings, we have carried out years before and always depend upon our own resources." According to a report by the AFP news Agency, it is considered recorded, that the Taliban receive very much money from the Pakistan secret service.
Kayleigh McEnany says that Donald Trump had not been informed
The White house has rejected the report of the New York Times also far from – especially the contained message, that US President Donald Trump , since March of the bounty payments to the Taliban known to have. "Neither the President nor the Vice President were informed of the alleged Russian secret service premiums," said Kayleigh McEnany, a spokeswoman Trumps , at a press conference in White house . The New York Times accusing it of inaccuracies in reporting. The existence of intelligence information from McEnany but.
The former Soviet Union invaded in 1979 in Afghanistan , and had led a decade-long war against Islamist militias, which were at that time still financially and in the equipment of the USA supported. After a grueling war, the Soviet soldiers finally retreated and the Land, leaving it to the militias, which are joined subsequently to the Taliban.
not to pay The New York Times accuses Russia in your report, premiums for attacks on Nato soldiers. Also on intelligence reports, calling the newspaper also reports of the "covert operations", the Russian intelligence agents had carried out in Europe. The aim was to destabilize the Western world.
Donald Trump plans for Amtsbeginn to end the long-standing use of American soldiers in Afghanistan. The withdrawal of the troops was one of the defining campaign issues* the President of the US-President . (Daniel Dillmann, agencies)*fr.de is part of the nationwide Ippen-editors networkUpdated Date: 28 June 2020, 02:34