Sweden reaffirms its commitment to Afghanistan

There are 2 comments on the Apr 24, 2013, MilitaryCity.com story titled Sweden reaffirms its commitment to Afghanistan. In it, MilitaryCity.com reports that:

Sweden's foreign minister says his country will maintain its long-standing support for Afghanistan by keeping about 200 soldiers in the country after most foreign troops turn over combat responsibilities to Afghan forces next year.

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#1 Apr 26, 2013
this war is disgusting crime against humanity and genocide aimed at this poor Afgans and their Country in the name of protection of interest greedy criminals, mass murders from usa ans so called capitalistic europe. prolongation of this war, keeping there all this criminal invasive for es is crime against humanity, ruthell, cruel, heartless.

Gdansk, Poland

#2 Apr 26, 2013
they should all leave this Afghanistan,all these global criminals (usa, nato),who have started and led this invasion and war. They are enemies of Afghanistan and Afghans and they don't bring there improvement, they are responsiblefor all mess and tragedies of these poor Afghans

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