U.S. officials address Taliban and commitment to Western allies during Munich conference U.S. officials address Taliban and commitment to Western allies during Munich conferenceDefense secretary Mark esper, says a deal between the United States and the Taliban to temporarily reduce violence, looks quote very promising as a security conference in Munich on Saturday and said, the seven-day agree could have been chilly later the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan. We also said this deal is not without risk. The Trump Administration hopes it will lead to a broad, a peace deal as soon as us officials said Friday. The reduction in violence will take effect Secretary of State Mike Pompeo he’s also in Munich, defending the u. s. role in the global stage. Speaking at the same security conference, Pompeo pushback on comments made by Germany’s president that the US had projected the international Unity under the Trump Administration.
Over the past few years, I’ve seen we’ve all seen Democratic leaders, questioning America’s commitment to the transatlantic Alliance and America’s leadership in the world. I’M happy report that the death of the transatlantic Alliance is grossly over-exaggerated. The West is winning. We are collectively winning we’re doing it together during his remarks from also pledged us would commit up to a billion dollars to help support the energy independence of European allies.U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo attended a security conference in Munich on Saturday. Esper said a deal with the Taliban “looks very promising” and Pompeo pushed back on comments that the Trump administration has rejected the global community. Watch their comments here.