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US Afghan Officials Debate Country's Future Securityi
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March 01, 2014 3:55 AM
There is debate over the future of U.S. - Afghan relations after U.S. combat forces withdraw later this year. In particular, there is concern over whether Afghanistan will be able to maintain security and stability if the government decides against signing a security agreement that could allow a residual U.S. force to remain in the country. As VOA's Pam Dockins explains, U.S. and Afghan officials discussed the issue at a forum co-sponsored by VOA.

US Afghan Officials Debate Country's Future Security

Published February 28, 2014

There is debate over the future of U.S. - Afghan relations after U.S. combat forces withdraw later this year. In particular, there is concern over whether Afghanistan will be able to maintain security and stability if the government decides against signing a security agreement that could allow a residual U.S. force to remain in the country. As VOA's Pam Dockins explains, U.S. and Afghan officials discussed the issue at a forum co-sponsored by VOA.


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