‘Military Solution Would be Difficult to Bring Peace to Afghanistan’: Nauert

(Last Updated On: June 10, 2017)

U.S. Department of State spokesperson, Heather Nauert in her press briefing said a military solution would be “very difficult” to trying to bring peace to Afghanistan.

Recently, Pakistan’s newly arrived ambassador rejected the issue that – he said that his country had no Haqqani Network at work, no Taliban, no al-Qaida, no terrorism; Pakistan is totally terror free, and so this is a blame against Pakistan.

But questions are that what is the future of Afghanistan if this is what the people of Afghanistan are asking, that many nations are using Afghanistan, all the people, for their political and financial benefits?

In response to the question, Heather Nauert said, “the United States sees Afghanistan in eventually a political solution to try to bring peace. A military solution would be very difficult to try to bring peace to Afghanistan. It’s been far too long that folks there have been fighting, and we continue to support the Government of Afghanistan. That’s all I have to say about that.”

Meanwhile, on the eve of final decisions for sending more foreign troops to Afghanistan, U.S. President Donald Trump in  a press conference with his Romanian counterpart praised his country’s efforts in Afghanistan.

“Romania has been a valuable member of the coalition to defeat ISIS, and it’s the fourth-largest contributor of troops in Afghanistan. There, 23 of your citizens have paid the ultimate price.  And America honors their sacrifice,” said U.S. President Trump.

This comes as the United States is suppose to announce its new strategy in Afghanistan in the nearest future and the coalition countries also decide about sending more troops to Afghanistan.

By: Muhammad ZackArya

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