Afghanistan was acknowledged by the forty fourth President of the USA, Barack Obama, as a “important non-NATO ally” in 2012.
However, US President Joe Biden knowledgeable Congress that he wouldn’t take away Afghanistan from this standing.
He despatched a letter to the Speaker of the Home of Representatives
Biden despatched this matter in a letter to Speaker of the US Home of Representatives Nancy, “I hereby inform you of my intention to take away Afghanistan from the standing of an important non-NATO ally, in accordance with Article 517 of the 1961 International Assist Act.” used the expressions.
There are 20 international locations with this standing
There are 20 international locations that the USA has acknowledged as “important non-NATO allies” up to now.
With a regulation handed for the primary time within the nation in 1987, then-US President Ronald Reagan included Australia, Egypt, Israel, Japan and South Korea on this class.
From the Gulf area, Bahrain and Kuwait have been included on this class by former US President George W. Bush. Lastly, US President Biden put Qatar and Colombia on this class.
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