Former PM Tony Blair criticises withdrawal from Afghanistan

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Former Prime Minister Tony Blair criticised the handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal by saying the only people “cheering” the decision were hostile to Western interests.

Mr Blair added: “We’ve got to realise we were in a situation where… we could’ve managed the situation.”

“The problem with what’s happened now is that it’s not just about the Afghan people and our obligation to them… it’s about us and our security.

Read the full story here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2021/08/21/tony-blair-slams-joe-bidens-imbecilic-afghan-retreat/

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