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‘Cautious Optimism’ Ahead of NATO Afghanistan Withdrawali
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April 26, 2013 8:12 PM
The top NATO military commander says, with all the challenges still facing Afghanistan, he is only “cautiously optimistic” that the Afghan government and security forces will be able to maintain security and prevent the country from again becoming a safe haven for terrorists after most foreign forces withdraw at the end of next year. U.S. Navy Admiral James Stavridis spoke about the situation in an interview with VOA's Al Pessin.

‘Cautious Optimism’ Ahead of NATO Afghanistan Withdrawal

Published April 26, 2013

The top NATO military commander says, with all the challenges still facing Afghanistan, he is only “cautiously optimistic” that the Afghan government and security forces will be able to maintain security and prevent the country from again becoming a safe haven for terrorists after most foreign forces withdraw at the end of next year. U.S. Navy Admiral James Stavridis spoke about the situation in an interview with VOA's Al Pessin.


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