Australia’s Prime Minister Julia Gillard traveled secretly to Afghanistan to ask for reassurance from his colleagues, President Hamid Karzai, that all efforts to prevent the recurrence of cases of insider attacks will be reached.
PM Gillard met President Karzai on Sunday (14/10) in Kabul and then meet Australia’s forces in a barbecue event at their base in Tarin Kowt.
This visit is a form of concern over the occurrence of a series of actions called the attack against green blue uniformed military apparatus does Afghanistan itself target with his colleagues, allied forces assigned to the International Affairs full of conflict.
NATO has not managed to mitigate this kind of action where the last few months more and more attacks are frequent.
“I have said to President Karzai worries us about the attacks in this and I’m guaranteed anything that can be done will be done,” said PRIME MINISTER Gillard told reporters.
“He said some of the steps that have been taken by the army of Afghanistan regarding this matter. I am also talking about the same thing with the Governor of Orūzgān Province where our soldiers on duty. ”
On 30 August, Australia suffered a worst day forces in the history of war since Viet Nam War where five soldiers were killed by attacks in two separate incidents in Afghanistan.
Included in the event is the death of the three soldiers as a result of attacks in Afghanistan as a soldier had done. As a result, since the pitch in the country, had 38 soldiers missing Australia’s life in the conflict.
According to the news agency AFP, Australia began sending troops to Afghanistan since 2001, and has announced this year it would immediately pull troops from there next year, earlier than the original plan because it is considered to have been a lot of progress in enforcing the security may be in the country.
PM Gillard visits Afghanistan after earlier attending the memorial service of the Bali bombing tragedy in Indonesia, which in 2002 88 victims of its citizens.