Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Despite Agreements with Dutch Government, Afghan Police Agents Fight Taliban

In 2010-2011, the Dutch government made an agreement with the Afghan government that it would train police agents in the province of Kunduz. This training was conditional upon the commitment of the Afghan government that the police agents would not be used for military tasks. The Dutch government needed this commitment in order to get parliamentary approval for the mission. It now turns out that the police agents are fighting the Taliban.  This has been confirmed in an interview with the spokesman of the police in Kunduz.

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