Video: Secretary Clinton’s Remarks with Afghan National Security Advisor Spanta Remarks with Afghan National Security Advisor, posted with vodpod Remarks With Afghan National Security Advisor Rangin Dadfar Spanta Before Their Meeting Remarks Hillary Rodham Clinton Secretary of State Treaty Room Washington, DC September 8, 2011 SECRETARY CLINTON: Good afternoon, everyone. It is indeed a great pleasure for me to welcome back to the State Department […]
US Mission Afghanistan: To 2024 and Beyond – That’s A-OK ‘Cuz Our Soldiers for 2024 Entered Kindergarten Last Fall According to news report, the United States is promising to help defend Afghanistan militarily for at least the next decade after Afghan forces formally take full control of the their country’s security in 2014.
Afghan National Security Adviser Rangin Dadfar Spanta said that under the proposed deal, both sides could agree to extend U.S. military assistance past 2024. The draft agreement was reportedly signed over the weekend by Spanta and U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker during a ceremony in Kabul.
Oddly enough, US Embassy Kabul’s website and social media arms are pretty quiet about this new and important development. No photos of the ceremony were posted, no draft agreement of the US-Afghan Strategeric Pact posted, not even a Twitter whisper. Just absolutely nothing! Everything and everyone sewed up as quietly as a stuffed mouse. Although not on the area of condemnation, of which there’s a lot like —
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