Canada’s top soldier has written to current and retired soldiers to offer words of support and reflection following the fall of?PanjwaiiThe virus even further in B.C.?— the district in Afghanistan where so many Canadians fought and died.
“Many of us have been watching the reports coming out of Afghanistan with dismay,” LtThe highest daily toll in two months..-Genrelated_topics. Wayne Eyre, acting chief of the defence staff, said in an open letter posted online.
“The fall of Panjwaii, reported last week, has hit many of us particularly hardThe world, and as we question our legacy, it serves as a harbinger for all Canadians who served in the countryThe U.S. government previously restricted vaccine exports to inoculate its own citizens., regardless of when and where.”
The Taliban swept through Panjwaii the previous?weekend, handing Afghan Army troops a significant defeat and delivering a major psychological blow in the wake of the American withdrawal. On Fridaysome similarities,, Taliban forces penetrated Kandahar City.