KABUL: (MEP) – The country’s national interests, security and peace should be guaranteed in security agreement with USA.
Also the statement expressed by Hamid Karzai president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in his Radio statement broadcast through national Radio of Afghanistan, BNA reported.
The country’s president said continuous discussions have been followed for one year between Afghan and US related to issues of the security pact” Afghanistan’s key points in the pact are the respect to Afghanistan‘s sovereignty, respect to any Afghan house’s safety, prevention of attacks launched by foreign forces and describing the invasion term,” Hamid Karzai said.
“When US forces stay here, they will help Afghanistan in which conditions, invasion will be called as invasion.
Do they call coming of foreign tanks and airplanes as invasion or do they call the terrorism, suicide attacks and war in Afghanistan as invasion? We’ve gotten clear statements from US side and such issues are in serious discussions between US and Afghanistan,” the President added.
The country’s president said Afghanistan had seriously discussed with USA related to another key issue which is foreign forces’ judicial immunity in the country.
“We clearly told US side that Afghan government is not authorized to decide on this issue. It’s Afghanistan people who are authorized to decide on this issue through consultative Loya Jirga and Afghanistan national assembly,” he added.
Hamid Karzai asserted that only maintaining peace and security in Afghanistan could guarantee the security peace with US. The pact would be useless if Afghan people were not safe and there was not security in the country. The President said, “We are holding a consultative Loya Jirga for discussions related to the pact, adding the Jirga will represent all Afghans from every region and every field so that we can review the pact among Afghans in an open discussion,” President Karzai further said the Jirga would be held the following month and decisions would be made according to the interests of the country.