U.S. military uniform leaders said the Taliban, an insurgent insurgent, had expanded its territory in Afghanistan, controlling half of the country's territories.

The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Millie, the head of the U.S. military uniform group, held a press conference at the Pentagon on the 21st. He said he controls more than half of the 210.

"The strategic momentum seems to be in the Taliban," he said.

Regarding the future situation, Chairman Millie said, "There are all possible scenarios, such as the possibility that peace negotiations will produce results and the possibility that the Taliban will have complete control of Afghanistan."

President Biden emphasized that the local Afghan government forces are strong enough when he announced on the 8th of this month that he would complete the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan by the end of next month.

However, Mr. Millie's remarks have effectively acknowledged the Taliban's dominance, and there are concerns that the situation will become more unstable due to the withdrawal of US troops.