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Sunday, December 25, 2011
Kabul (BNA) The Los Angeles Times writes that the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has suspended its rockets attacks by the drone aircrafts on the insurgent’s sites inside Pakistan. 
It says that the aim for its suspension is not known and it is May for restoring of mutual trust between the two nations. 
Relations between the two nations became tense after killing of 24 Pakistani soldiers on the Pakistan-Afghan border by the NATO and US aircrafts. 
The suspension, the daily ads takes place at a time that discussions and conflicts within the US government on the hidden war of CIA by a utilization of drone aircrafts in Pakistan have intensified. 
According to Los Angeles Times, the CIA from the first days of using the drone aircrafts in 2004 was able to kill a considerable number of Al-Qaeda and hundreds of insurgents in Pakistan, while this program had caused the dismay of the Pakistani people. 
The report of the daily stresses that some sources of the State Department and the National Security of the US say that these attacks were not constructive and has brought adverse outcomes. 
They add that the lower rank insurgents can easily be brought to agreement and that the allegations of the Pakistani government on civilian casualties, rejected by the US, have lead to instability within the government of Asif Ali Zadrari.

Sunday, December 18, 2011
Kabul (BNA) The leaders of Russia and India once again expressed their support to Afghanistan. 
Manmohan Singh the Prime Minister of India and Dimitry Medvedov President of the Russian Federative during their meeting in Moscow reiterated on continued support of their countries to Afghanistan. 
In the statement released after the meeting of the Russian and Indian leaders, they declared their support for stability of Afghanistan and free of terrorism and narcotics. 
The leaders of the two countries signed a strategic long-term treaty in defense, health and technology spheres in which mention was made about Afghanistan as well. 
The statement also supports the process of security forces and emphasis is made on equipping and further training of the Afghan security forces. 
The Prime Minister of India and the Russian President supported the efforts of the Afghan government for ensuring of peace and added that any types of talks with the opposition should take place under the leadership of Afghan government.

Washingtion:  US secretary of state on Monday stressed on participation of Pakistan in Bonn conference held in the coming week in Bonn city of Germany. 
Mark Tuner, a US spokesperson for foreign ministry told the reporters in a news conference, “Participation of Pakistan in Bonn conference is important for future stability of Afghanistan.
Adding there no suggestion and hints related to postponement of the conference.” 
Previously, it was reported in US media that Hamid Karzai, president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan might ask Pakistan president Asif Ali Zardari for the participation of Pakistan in Bonn conference.

Islamabad: Pakistani ministry of foreign affairs has summoned Cameron Monter, the US ambassador in Islamabad to protest for the recent NATO air strikes on Pakistani security forces. 
Pakistan foreign affairs ministry on Saturday evening issued a statement that US ambassador to Islamabad had been summoned to Pakistan ministry of foreign affairs for protesting the NATO attacks on Pakistani security checkpoints based in tribal areas of north-western Muhamand agency. 
Based on the statement, Salman Bashir, deputy minister of foreign affairs told Cameron Monter, the US ambassador to Islamabad NATO helicopters attacks on Pakistani security forces that killed 23 Pakistani security forces and injured 15 others are not acceptable. 

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