Afghanistan might become tourist destination in future under ‘Taliban 2.0’ says Britain’s defence chief

Afghanistan might become tourist destination in future under ‘Taliban 2.0’ says Britain’s defence chief

Afghanistan might become tourist destination in future under ‘Taliban 2.0’ says Britain’s defence chief

The Independent says The head of the British military has insisted that it is too early to say whether the West was defeated in Afghanistan, and has also claimed that the country could be a better place in the near future than people expected.

Making his last appearance before the Commons Defence Committee, General Sir Nick Carter maintained that the Taliban rulers of Afghanistan are different from their brutal predecessors and as a result the country could become far more inclusive.

The outgoing Chief of Defence Staff ( CDS) told MPs: “ Taliban 2.0 is different. There are a lot of people in Taliban 2.0 who would like to govern in a more modern way.”

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/afghanistan-britain-tourism-taliban-nick-carter-b1954943.html


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