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PublishDate: Wednesday, January 23, 201312:24

The strategic pact with U.S brings no improvements to people lives

Insecurity has been widened proved by the recent suicide attacks near the National Directorate of Security and Kabul Traffic offices.

KAbul, (AVA)- Parvin Hawa Nuristani, a representative of Nuristan province in the Wolesi Jirga, told Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) said insecurity has been widened proved by the recent suicide attacks near the National Directorate of Security and Kabul Traffic offices.

She said the security situation in Afghanistan is worrying since people are struggling insecurity.

She added after 11 years of foreign forces presence in Afghanistan, no positive effects have been made in Afghanistan people lives.

Nuristani said: "Before the last 11 years more than 30 foreign countries entered Afghanistan under the pretext of work, but now I think they are just in their own interests."

She added security in the country was better prior to the past 10 years but as the time has gone by, security has been exacerbating.

Nuristani noted that although strategic pact, whose text was according to the Afghanistan national interests, between Afghanistan and America signed 8 months ago, no improvements and constructive measures have been accomplished.

Afghanistan nation consented to sign strategic pact to which benefit from but it has turned non-beneficial so the pact outlook will be dark.

Signing the security agreement is still at the top agenda; however, the issue of judicial immunity for U.S. troops after 2014 is still an aura of ambiguity.

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