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Senate House Warns Against Privatization of the War in Afghanistan

Senate House Warns Against Privatization of the War in Afghanistan

KABUL - The Afghan Senate House, Meshrano Jirga, has opposed with the recommendations for the privatization of war in Afghanistan.
The Chairman of the Senate House Fazal Hadi Muslimyar said remarks regarding the privatization of the war in Afghanistan are ‘painful’ and ‘unacceptable’.
Muslimyar further added that Afghanistan has a strategic partnership agreement with the U.S. government and not with the private security companies.
He urged the government to deal with the issue with the vigilance, warning that the privatization of the Afghan war would not be harmful for the country but would have negative consequences for the region as well.
The Senate House Chairman also urged Washington not to repeat the past mistakes and take practical steps regarding its commitments.
According to reports, the founder of Blackwater Erik Prince, presented its plan regarding the privatization of the Afghan war to the U.S. President Donald Trump nearly a year ago.
In an exclusive interview with a private TV few days earlier, the founder of the company once again said the war in Afghanistan should privatized, emphasizing that the privatization of the war is the only way to end the conflict over a short period of time. (KP)