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Transfer of US forces in camps rejected the proposal

Kabul : Afghanistan | Mar 16, 2012 at 7:59 AM PDT
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Afghan President Hamid Karzai has on behalf of the transfer of US forces in camps about the proposal and said that in 2014, completely security responsibilities of Afghan forces to hand over the changes in the only agenda can be. According to foreign news agency, White House press secretary J. car, to media briefing, said that by 2013, after the US forces in Afghanistan is not possible as assistant forces stay. The withdrawal from Afghanistan will be on the agenda. In julsbn decided that he was> From villages to transfer to camps on the Afghan president Batla proposal that is not feasible according to schedule in 2014, completely security responsibilities will be handed over to the Afghan forces J. car said that the present situation of Afghanistan in addition to the political resolution can be brought not a resolution. Conciliatory policy in Afghanistan is in favor of He said that more challenges in Afghanistan are increasing issued against Al-Qaeda in the war although many successes achieved in this region, but our forces will continue war against Al-Qaeda in the meantime, the US State Department spokesman said that the United States nulynd Victoria Taliban with the ongoing peace talks will continue positive role in our nuclear talks between the Afghan Government and Taliban to pave the way to the opportunities.

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Paree Gee is based in Islamabad, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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