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International Forces Must Not Enter The Houses Of Afghans, President Karzai

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Monday, December 19, 2011
Kabul (BNA) The National Security Council meeting discussed the international forces overnight operation on a residential unit during which, one was killed and four other wounded, the presidential press office said. 
The operation had taken place on the house of Dr. Hafizullah, head of counter-narcotics in southern Paktia province resulting in killing one and wounding four others, a press statement from the presidential press office said. 
The meeting was chaired by President Hamid Karzai in which the NATO general commander, Gen. John Allen had taken part and apologized to President Karzai for the incident happened last night and expressed his deep sympathy to the government and the people of Afghanistan, the statement added. 
President Karzai said serious problems still exists between the government of Afghanistan and the international forces on their recklessly house searching and the traditional Loya Jerga had emphasized on putting end to it. 
The president asked the NATO commander for not entering the houses of the Afghans anymore. 
In other part of the meeting, Dr. Ashraf Ghazni Ahmadzai presented his report on the successfully development of security transition process in the provinces of Sar-e-Pul, Samangan, Badakhshan, Takhar and Kundoz provinces. 
He said that the people in Baghlan, Takhar and Kundoz provinces had problems with the local police actions for which serious measure should be adopted. 
The president instructed the ministry of interior to provide full details about the issue and present in the next Security Council meeting. 
Some key ministers including senior minister, Hedayat Amin Arsala, defense, Finance, foreign and counter narcotics ministers, head of NDS, head of local organs independent administration and deputy security interior minister had attended the meeting.

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