North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members have pledged to leave Afghanistan "together" as 750 British soldiers are set to leave the country along with American troops on September 11.
After withdrawing, the United States and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation aim to rely on Afghan military and police forces, which they have developed with billions of dollars in funding, to maintain security though peace talks are struggling and the insurgency is resilient.
Biden is planning a full withdrawal of USA troops from Afghanistan by September 11.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in Brussels that it was time for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies to make good on its mantra that allies went into Afghanistan together and would leave together.
The Russian Foreign Ministry responded Wednesday saying that an American pullout in September amounted to a "clear violation" of a previous US promise to withdraw troops by next month.
The US, the official said, will coordinate with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies and partners about a drawdown of their forces in the same timeframe beginning before May one ending before the 20th anniversary of September 11.More news: Canada reports first blood clot possibly linked to AstraZeneca vaccine
"We went to Afghanistan because of a horrific attack that happened 20 years ago", he will say.
With the fighting continuing, Biden has pushed that deadline back, but removed the conditions.
Although the group stopped attacks on worldwide forces as part of the historic agreement, it has continued to fight the Afghan government.
"We judged the threat against the homeland now emanating from Afghanistan to be at a level that we can address it, without a persistent military footprint in the country and without remaining at war with the Taliban", the official said. Last month, the Taliban threatened to resume hostilities against foreign troops still in the country on 1 May.
USA intelligence warned this week that the government in Kabul "will struggle" to hold the "confident" Taliban off if the coalition withdraws.
He said the Americans "are the biggest contributor with significant force protection capabilities from which we benefitted".
A senior administration official said the President believes the United States has met the objectives it set at the outset of the war in 2001 and that in order to fully attend to "the threats and challenges of 2021, as opposed to those of 2001", the administration needs to focus on the most acute challenges it faces now.More news: BC tops 3,000 new COVID-19 cases in the province since Friday
The conflict drove the Taliban, Afghanistan's rulers at the time, from power.
Biden says he consulted with allies, military leaders, lawmakers and Vice-President Kamala Harris to help make his decision to withdraw all USA troops by September 11, two decades after the deadliest attack on American soil.
"We are concerned that we could lose all the achievements of the last 20 years, particularly for women", she continues.
Among Democrats, the plan has exposed long-simmering rifts in the party about the American presence in Afghanistan.
"If not, I fear Afghanistan will return to civil war".
The Taliban also called for the United States to abide by the Doha agreement.
But even if the US raises pressure on Ghani and other Afghan officials to accept a power-sharing government ahead of elections, it will take both sides to reach a deal - and the Afghan government says they are prepared to fight.More news: Biden appoints commission to study adding seats, term limits for Supreme Court