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No Foreign Country Has The Right To Maintain Prison or Arrest Afghans: NSC

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Monday, December 03, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Chaired by president Karzai the National Security Council met and commented on the recent assertions of the British defense Minister that Afghans under their captivity will not be handed over to the Afghan government, once again repeated the position of Afghanistan that no foreign country has the right to maintain prison or the right to arrest Afghans.
The meeting called having of prisons and arresting of Afghans by the foreign countries as against the national sovereignty of Afghanistan.
Meanwhile, president Karzai assigned the national Security Council and the national security department to launch an assessment over the existence of the prison by the British forces and if there are Afghan prisoners, they should immediately hand them over to the Afghan government.
The meeting also discussed the letter sent by president Karzai to president Obama. 
In the letter the president has told his US counterpart that having prisons and arresting of Afghans by foreigners is against the national sovereignty and the Afghan nation does not allow their government that despite violation of the national sovereignty of the country, sign security agreement with the US.
It should be noted that the Afghan and US authorities signed an agreement on full delivery of the prison inmates in 1391 in Kabul.
 

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