Dushanba, 27-aprel, 2015 Toshkent vaqti: 23:34

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Kelasi bir yilda 34 ming amerikalik askar Afg’onistonni tark etadi

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Afg’oniston hukumati prezident Barak Obamaning mamlakatda xizmat qilayotgan qo’shinlarning yarmini, 34 ming askarni kelasi bir yil ichida olib chiqish rejasini olqishlamoqda.

Obama bu haqda kecha xalqqa murojaatida to’xtaldi.
 
Afg’oniston Mudofaa vazirligi matbuot kotibi Muhammad Zohir Azimiyning aytishicha, xalqaro koalitsiya ketgach, afg’onlar mas’uliyatni zimmasiga olishga tayyor.

2014-yilgacha xavfsizlik butunlay Afg’oniston armiyasiga yuklanishi kerak.
 
Tolibon nazarida xorij qo’shinlari mamlakatni hoziroq tark etishi shart. NATO harbiylari chiqib ketgach, Afg’oniston yana beqarorlikka yuz tutishi mumkin, degan xavotir bor.

Prezident Hamid Karzay ma'muriyati Obamaning bayonotini ijobiy kutib olgan. Uzoq kutilgan so'zlar bu, deydi mahalliy rasmiylar.

Xorijlik askarlar Afg'oniston qishloqlaridan ketsa, tinchlik va barqarorlikka tezroq erishamiz, deydi ular.

Avvalroq Amerika boshliq koalitsiya mamlakatdan yozda chiqa boshlashi rejada edi, biroq yangi taklifga ko'ra, qo'shinlar bahordayoq vatanga jo'nay boshlaydi.

Urush avj pallaga chiqqanida Amerikaning Afg'onistondagi askarlari soni taxminan 100 ming kishini tashkil etgan edi.
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27.04.2015 10:40
Har dushanba Toshkent vaqti bilan 15:30 da sun'iy yo'ldosh orqali uzatiladigan 30 daqiqali ko'rsatuv Amerikadagi siyosiy, iqtisodiy va ijtimoiy manzara bilan tanishtiradi. Qolaversa, Qo'shma Shtatlar - Markaziy Osiyo davlatlari orasidagi aloqalarni tahlil qiladi.

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  • In this photo provided by World Vision, houses lie destroyed by Saturday’s earthquake at Paslang village in Gorkha municipality, Nepal on April 27, 2015.
  • A Nepalese army soldier loses his balance while descending from a mound of rubble during the recovery of a body from a house, in the aftermath of Saturday's earthquake in Bhaktapur, Nepal.
  • Nepalese resident Sangita Mahat, center, directs police as they retrieve the body of her relative Prasamsah, 14, during rescue efforts in Balaju in Kathmandu.
  • A woman mourns her granddaughter, who died in Saturday's earthquake in Bhaktapur, Nepal.
  • Indian woman Padma holds a photograph showing her son Bharat and daughter in law Partima with whom she has not been able to establish contact after Saturday's earthquake in Nepal, during a prayer ceremony for the earthquake affected at a Hindu temple in Jammu, India.
  • A child injured in Saturday’s earthquake, is carried by a Nepalese soldier after being evacuated in an Indian Air Force helicopter at the airport in Kathmandu, Nepal.
  • Nepalese victims of Saturday’s earthquake lie inside an Indian air force helicopter as they are evacuated from Trishuli Bazar to Kathmandu airport in Nepal.
  • An Indian woman cries as her relative, right who was on pilgrimage in Nepal during Saturday’s earthquake, returned at the airport in Ahmadabad, India.
  • Nepalese volunteers unload relief material brought in an Indian air force helicopter for victims of Saturday’s earthquake at Trishuli Bazar in Nepal.
  • Indian women offer prayers for victims of Nepal's earthquake, at a temple in Gorkha Nagar in Jammu, India.
  • A coat and a framed portrait are seen hanging on a cracked wall of a damaged house after an earthquake in Bhaktapur, Nepal.

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