The United States and Afghanistan have reached a landmark deal in a bid to end visceral Afghan anger over special operations raids on local homes, officials from both nations said Sunday.
The deal will be signed Sunday afternoon, said presidential spokesman Aimal Faizi.
NATO-led International Security Assistance Force commander, Gen. John Allen, and Afghan Defense Minister Gen. Abdul Rahim Wardak will take part in the signing.
The deal comes after months of angry recriminations against special operations raids, particularly at night, that deeply offend Afghans as they involve foreigners entering their homes. U.S. officials say th raids are vital to NATO's operation against insurgents.
The complex system would fully "Afghanize" the operations, putting Afghan commandos in the lead and giving American special forces a "training and support role," a senior Afghan official said.
The senior Afghan official said the deal would involve a joint committee of U.S. and Afghan officials reviewing U.S. intelligence on a target before a raid.
If that target were approved, a warrant would then be issued by Afghan authorities for the raid to occur, the official said.
It remained unclear how or when the warrant would be issued.
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That was not to counter your point , I took the liberty to expand the view.
@saywhat: ok, cool. that's what i thought, just been dealing with people who just want to argue lately lol..
'is this the right place for an arguement?
i've told you once..
no, you haven't
yes, i have
no you haven't
by the way, is this the 15 minute argument or the full half hour
OH.. the fifteen minute.
thank you. anyway, i did
you most certainly did not
lets get one thing clear, i definitly told you
no you didn't
yes i did
lol.. and so on..
You're not arguing, you're just contradicting me!
No, I'm not.
Yes, you are!
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We get the point. Have a good one.
You sound like you're totally beside yourself my friend.
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