The NATO commander in Afghanistan has warned that the current casualty rates suffered by the Afghan army and police force are "unsustainable", in an interview published in Tuesday's Guardian.
General Joseph F. Dunford talks to media at the ISAF headquarters in Kabul on June 18, 2013. In an interview published Tuesday he said the rate of casualties suffered by the Afghan army and police are 'unsustainable'.
US General Joseph Dunford told the paper that Afghan security forces may need five more years of western support before being able to take over full responsibility.
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