Monday, June 27, 2011

Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan reject external interference in Afghanistan

Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan are trying to consolidate their alliance against the West after the withdrawal of invading forces from Afghanistan. These countries issued a statement to reject external interference in Afghanistan after the trilateral summit between Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad and Afghan President Hamid Karzai in Tehran, on June 24, 2011.

On the other hand, US president Barack Obama announced the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan. Obama is trying to tell Americans that it’s time to cut further losses after Americas’ defeat in Afghanistan.

Obama also said, “We will bring home a total of 33,000 troops by next summer. By 2014, this process of transition will be complete, and the Afghan people will be responsible for their own security”. He further said, “We have learned anew the profound cost of war … Let us responsibly end these wars … America will join initiatives that reconcile the Afghan people, including the Taliban.”

Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan are maneuvering together to stabilize the region after the unjust invasion of Afghanistan and subsequent defeat of the USA and its allies. Hopefully Americans have learned their lessons in Afghanistan because of the “profound cost of war”. Now it’s time that Americans stop invading countries around the world and try to avoid bankruptcy by paying its mounting foreign debt. Otherwise, Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan are ready to teach them the final lesson.


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