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Inspector general report on US efforts to resettle Afghan allies gives scathing assessment of Biden administration’s failure to keep president’s promises
(FOX) Efforts by President Biden to keep America’s commitment to rescue and resettle tens of thousands of Afghan allies left behind in the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan is being undermined by “bureaucratic dysfunction and understaffing,” according to a government watchdog.
“The U.S. promised to resettle its allies in safety, but the United States is failing,” a stark assessment from the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) read. SIGAR released its 2023 High-Risk List report Wednesday, which identifies the serious risks posed to more than $8 billion the U.S. has sent to the Afghan people since withdrawal in August 2021.
The report comes as Afghanistan faces a “humanitarian catastrophe” caused by the brutal Taliban regime that assumed control after U.S. withdrawal. Inspector General John Sopko and watchdogs for the Defense and State Departments, as well as the U.S. Agency for International Development are testifying to CongressAfghanistan IG report hammers Biden administration for ‘dysfunction’ days after White House blames Trump | Fox News