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“NATO Forces Hereafter Will Not Bomb Residential Homes Of The People:” General John Allen

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Sunday, June 10, 2012
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai shortened his visit to China due to unpleasant incident in Kandahar and Logar and arrived in Kabul Saturday evening. 
The president summoned general John Allen NATO commander and the US ambassador to Afghanistan yesterday and met with the families of the martyrs of Baraki Barak of Logar and local elders and received the report of the assigned delegation on this incident. 
President Karzai told general John Allen NATO commander and the US ambassador to Afghanistan that signing of the strategic cooperation agreement for several times the Afghan homes in villages in Afghanistan are targeted and it causes civilian casualties including women and children. 
The president stressed that such operations are against the content of the strategic cooperation agreement and Afghanistan demands its stoppage, as the Afghans accepted the strategic cooperation agreement on condition and with the hope that no more their homes and villages will remain secure. 
John Allen once again expressed official regret and apology over the civilian casualties in the NATO bombardments in Baraki Barak district and in agreement with the demand of president committed that hereafter its forces will not bomb the residential homes and this will be completely stopped. 
At the end president Karzai told NATO commander and the US ambassador that stopping of the bombing on the civilian people and residential areas are very important and this is a serious expectation of the people of Afghanistan.
 

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