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Sunday, September 24, 2017

“The campaign has failed”: the Russian foreign Ministry urged the U.S. to withdraw from Afghanistan

The U.S. military campaign in Afghanistan has completely failed. This opinion was expressed by the former Russian Ambassador to the country, Zamir Kabulov. Afghanistan may soon become a real hotbed of international terrorism, and partly, in fact, it already is, says a senior Russian diplomat. According to him, the further the point in finding Americans missing in Afghanistan.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

Special envoy of Russian President on Afghanistan, Director of the Second Department of Asia the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Zamir Kabulov has shared with “Izvestiya” his vision of the situation around Afghanistan. During an interview the diplomat said that the U.S. should leave that country, as their military campaign was a complete failure, further reason to continue it just yet.

“Because the US army did not really can do, let them leave Afghanistan. The American campaign in Afghanistan has failed,” said the former Russian Ambassador to Afghanistan.

Kabulov believes that the Americans are pursuing in Afghanistan is not those interests that had been said. They see in the country, just a colony.

“All this is very similar to the colonial policy. Eric Prince has already proposed to restore the East India company. That the Americans and opened up Afghanistan for them is just a colony,” said a senior representative of the Russian foreign Ministry.

The diplomat believes that the “American colony” may soon become a headache for the whole world, becoming a hotbed of international terrorism. The beginning of this process can be already observed.

“Afghanistan could become the world’s incubator of international terrorism. It is, in fact, in part already is,” – said Zamir Kabulov.


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