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Hillary Clinton is in Kabul on diplomatic tour

Kabul : Afghanistan | Oct 20, 2011 at 2:48 AM PDT
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KABUL:Today,there is one important meeting of top US diplomat with Afghan President Hamid Karzai and very important issues regarding current situation of Afghanistna will be discussed,She reached Kabul on 19 October .The basic aim of this tour is to finalize the things and discussion for closing this 10-year war .Soon ,International conference will be held regarding this important issues.Anaylst are saying that it will be diplomatic surge ,and a new era foundation will be build up after going the United States and Allied forces.United States wants to see Afghanistan ,a stable and secure country.This was told by one senior state Department official .These matters were shared by Hillary Clinton with senior officials of United States,recently.United states want to be remain committed to Afghanistan reconcillation specially in the wake of last month's assassination of former president Burhanuddin Rabbani.Former presidant was Afghanistan's chief negotiator with the Taliban ,who was trying hard with the aim of political settlement with the insurgents.Soon one regional powers conference will be hled in Istanbul in early November and one another international meetiing of foreign ministers will be held in Bonn,Germany,in early December ,for discussing the future parameters,progress and peace in Afghanistan.Thousands of lives has been lost during this 10 year war againsta Afghanistan ,from both sides.Hundreds of billions of dollars have been spent.What United States and Taliban has got ,only destruction of human being.2012 is the US presidential elections year and so that's why United States wants exit of forces from Afghanistan,for another presidential's victory,as American people are fed up with this war.They want peace for all.People of United State are very peacefull and believe on humanity values,respect the values of other's religion .That's why you are seeing that many religions are free and independent in United States to preach at their Mosque,temples and other religious places.Still discussion with Taliban has given not fruitful result for Afghani nation for prosperous Afghanistan but efforts are going on for positive change .Many Afghans hold Pakistan responsible for the war's long course, as senior Al Qaeda and Taliban-linked militants are believed to hold bases along the restive border that separates the two countries.But they don't admit that what great sacrifice Pakistan has given since more than 30 years.Millions of Afghan Refugee are still the burden on Pakistan's economy and living in different Pakistani Areas.People of pakistna gives them respect,regard as a guest.They don't know how many people of Pakistan died during these decades in fighting war against terror.How Pakistan is responsible.Pakistan is a peaceful country,always respect the soverignty of other's nation but others should also accept the realities.Pakisan is Nuclear Atomic Power.No one can see towards Pakistan with bad eyes.Nuclear-armed natioin always want true and sincere friendship with India,Afghanistan too.33,000 troops of United States military sent to afghanistan nearly two years ago to break the back of the Taliban insugency but all went in vain.The first batch of United states of about 10,000 troops has returned to the US and hoping remaining 23,000 will go till the end of summer 1012.It is hopeful that all NATO-led combat forees will leave the Afghanistan till the end of 2014 and then Afghanistan will be independen from these troops.Let's pray for the blessed Afghanistan so that people of Afghanistan may get prosperous ,successful life and they may live with peace and love.


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MyReports is based in Islamabad, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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