The US military will soon be returning to Camp X, the former US military camp in southern Afghanistan.
The military has just cleared the site to reopen to civilian visitors and the US Army is planning to set up a temporary office there.
US troops left Camp X in 2014 after a prolonged, 12-year conflict.
But it is not the only camp they are returning to.
The US Army has agreed to reopen the Camp X complex to civilians and contractors after a long, costly and controversial process that took years and cost millions of dollars.
The Army has previously stated that the decision to close Camp X was made to save money.
But US President Donald Trump, in a tweet, said the decision was made because of budget cuts that could result in the closure of Camp X. The decision was not made to close the camp, but to reduce the costs and make the camp more manageable, the US defence official told Al Jazeera.
It is not clear what the cost of the Camp will be, but it is understood that the military will not be reimbursed for the cost incurred in closing the camp.
The Camp X Complex has been used by US troops for more than two decades, but its use has been controversial and controversial figures have been accused of taking part in the camp’s activities.
The base was established in 2001, and Camp X is currently the headquarters for US forces in Afghanistan.
Some of its former soldiers have also complained about the camp and its use, including an ex-soldier who was sentenced to 10 years in prison for participating in the camps activities.
‘We will be safe’ US President Trump, seen here in November, said that he wanted to take a “hard look” at Camp X and decide whether to reopen it.
Camp X has been a controversial place to live and work in Afghanistan, with locals and foreigners claiming to have been forced to sleep in tents, walk on the tracks or be shot at by the Taliban.
It has also been a source of controversy in the region.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said in November that the US had abandoned Camp X to the Taliban and that his country would be safer if Camp X were not used.
“The US forces will be free to leave the camp,” Ghani told a news conference.
US forces withdrew from Camp X after the Taliban took control in 2009. “
We will all be safe and secure.”
US forces withdrew from Camp X after the Taliban took control in 2009.
The camp was closed in November 2017, but the Taliban claimed it reopened.
It was unclear whether the Taliban would agree to reopen Camp X again, or if the US would seek to reopen a similar camp in the area.
In 2017, a US judge ruled that the Taliban were liable for the deaths of at least 5,000 people at Camp Z, but a new US judge in 2018 overturned the ruling, saying the Taliban could not be held accountable.