Press TV, Brussels
Across the world, the Afghan crisis continues to be a major talking point. It is no different here in the EU's de facto capital, Brussels. Members of the public have been sharing their views with Press TV.
Anti-war campaigners are furious at remarks made by EU foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, last Thursday. He said Afghanistan proves the need for an expanded EU military force, more commonly referred to as the EU army.
We have been speaking to citizens about Afghans who are desperate to seek asylum.
The policy of occupying nations against their will certainly did not go well in Afghanistan.
Top EU officials, and also prime ministers in the 27-country bloc are saying lessons must be learned. A good start, critics argue, would be for the EU to stop responding 'how high' when Washington shouts 'jump'