France suspended its operations with the Afghan army and may withdraw its forces, President Nicolas Sarkozy said after an Afghan soldier killed four French military personnel.
France halted training and support for the Afghan army and is sending Defense Minister Gerard Longuet and its military chief of staff to Afghanistan to assess the situation, Sarkozy said in a speech to foreign ambassadors in Paris. Seventeen French soldiers were injured in today’s attack, Matiullah Safi, police chief of Kapisa province, where it occurred.
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by Tactical-Life.com / Jan 20, 2012