Khalilzad’s tenure as the State Department’s special envoy for the Afghan peace process ended yesterday.
And a new man was appointed in his place. Khalilzad said in a recent tweet: “Today I am stepping down as Special Representative for the Reconciliation of Afghanistan.
“It was an honor to serve the American people again.” “US troops have left, and the war for the United States is over, but it’s not the last chapter,” he wrote of Afghanistan.
“Afghans face great challenges, including the economy and security.”
It should not be forgotten that Khalilzad was fired last night and was replaced by his deputy Tom West.