Wednesday, December 29, 2010

No realistic idea to close Pakistan-Afghanistan vast boarder

Washington: A US military commander says that in fact there is no stable solution to close Pak-Afghan huge border and end all Taliban invaders from entering through, so troops are spotlighting on protecting defenseless towns and fighting rebellious on Afghan soil.

Army Col. Viet Luong, who directs US forces in a division of eastern Afghanistan told the newsmen on Tuesday that “To protect the border in a conventional approach” we require vast amount of resources. 

We also need an additional support and cooperation from the tribes living inside Pakistan who probably gives secure and safe way to the Taliban fighters.

Other senior US army officers have said they expect the Pakistan military carries out more to stop Taliban fighters. But the US has denied reports that American forces are approaching to enlarge special operations attacks inside Pakistan.

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