The project would not be changed for Military withdrawal from Afghanistan, Rasmussen

The project would not be changed for Military withdrawal from Afghanistan, Rasmussen

Newark : NJ : USA | Sep 15, 2012 at 11:43 PM PDT
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Secretary General of organization of North Atlantic, NATO, Fogg Rasmussen explained that after attack on NATO soldiers from Afghan officials the withdrawal from war-torn country would not happen before time. Nor there would be any change in plan of withdrawal of troops till the end of 2014.

According to foreign news NATO Chief said in an interview that “After increase in attacks, the plan of withdrawal of troops and gradual hand over of control of war torn country, from Allied forces to Afghan forces, till end of 2014 will not be changed”. He said that “These internal attacks are of great concern. Because of this the atmosphere of trust and confidence between Foreign Soldiers and Afghan Security forces is endanger. Now our field commanders are taking essential steps for prevention from these attacks and they will do so”.

He said that after increase of the casualties of foreign soldiers by the attacks by Afghan security dressed officials, there is no change in our cause and planning to handover the security control of country to Afghan and meanwhile our strategy will remain same. New President of France Francois Hollande has accelerated the withdrawal procedure of almost 3400 soldiers and by this all French soldiers will return home from Afghanistan.

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The project would not be changed for Military withdrawal from Afghanistan, Rasmussen
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