NATO to begin heavy operation in Afghanistan
The southern part of Afghanistan is about to receive a massive blow from the heavily-armed thousands of North Atlantic Treaty Organization forces (NATO) and Afghan National Army within few hours. It would possibly be the largest blow against the Taliban and hidden Al-Qaeda militants in this mountainous country since 2001.
According to the report by NATO officials, who met in
While welcoming the anti-Taliban movement, the concerned officials of the Ministry of Defence stated that such a move is important to bring the region’s ongoing turbulent situation under the control of the country’s military and police department. While speaking to the media, Mohammad Zahir Azimi, a defence spokesman said, “It will be a joint Afghan army, police, US Marines and ISAF forces operation led by Afghans.”
In this joint operation, a huge contingent of the Afghan National Army has also been sent to counter the Taliban militants. According to the reports, the Taliban ‘jihadis’ have also vowed to face the joint forces till death. While speaking to the media, Eric Tremblay, a NATO spokesman, stated that the objective behind the operation in