End NATO operations in Afghanistan: Karzai
Asadabad (Afghanistan), Mar. 12 (ANI): President Hamid Karzai has appealed to international troops to stop operations in Afghanistan.
Speaking after visiting the relatives of nine children killed in a NATO air strike, the Dawn quoted Karzai as saying: "I would like to ask NATO and the US with honour and humbleness and not with arrogance to stop their operations in our land."
In an apparent reference to Pakistan's border areas, where insurgents have hideouts, Karzai added: "If this is a war against terrorists and international terrorism, then they should go and fight this war where we have showed them (it is) over the last nine years and is known to them as well."
"We are very tolerant people but now our tolerance has run out." Karzai was visiting Kunar province in eastern Afghanistan to meet the relatives of the nine children who were killed by a NATO air strike earlier this month while out collecting firewood," he said.
A spokeswoman for NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) could not be immediately reached for comment. (ANI)
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