According to the "Capitol Hill" report on August 14, local time, Republicans on the House Foreign Affairs Committee are expected to issue a 118-page interim report.

The report will include a review of the Biden administration's chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan.

If Republicans win a congressional majority in the 2022 midterm elections, they will reportedly face greater scrutiny and possibly subpoena officials related to the withdrawal.

  The report, "Strategic Failure: An Assessment of the Administration's troop withdrawal from Afghanistan," was led by Rep. Michael McCall, a Texas Republican, a senior member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

The Biden administration, particularly the State Department's refusal to provide Congress with necessary information about the "unconditional U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan," hindered the minority committee's ability to complete a thorough investigation, the report said.

  The report said the lack of planning ahead of the U.S. government's withdrawal was followed by a series of blunders and mistakes that complicate the eventual deadly withdrawal.

"Since the President announced a full troop withdrawal, the Biden administration has largely wasted four months and failed to adequately plan for the expected Taliban takeover," the committee wrote. Among other things, the report criticized , although the military assessed the risk of Kabul falling into the hands of the Taliban at the time, the failure to foresee the influx of refugees at Kabul airport, coupled with the initial shortage of U.S. personnel deployed, led to various scenes of chaos.

They also cited internal State Department memos saying that the number of consular officers in Kabul never exceeded 36.

  Republicans in their report required key Biden administration officials to appear at public hearings or risk being subpoenaed.

These officials include: Secretary of State Blinken, Deputy Secretary of State McCain, Deputy Secretary of State Sherman, USAID Administrator Ball and National Security Advisor Sullivan.

  Biden announced in April 2021 that the U.S. troops stationed in Afghanistan will begin to withdraw from May 1, 2021, and will be completely withdrawn by September 11.

In July 2021, he also stated that the US military mission in Afghanistan will end on August 31, 2021.

On August 15, 2021, the Taliban entered and took control of Kabul, declaring that "the war in Afghanistan is over".

  The United States launched the war in Afghanistan on October 7, 2001, which brought huge loss of life and property to Afghanistan.

  (CCTV reporter Xu Dezhi)