Kabul, (AVA)- Afghan President Hamid Karzai stressed on implementation of the agreements made during his visiting to U.S in his meeting with David Pearce, the acting special representative of the United States to Afghanistan and Pakistan.
According to a statement released by Afghan presidential palace media office, “Issues of mutual interest discussed in the meeting included President Karzai’s recent visit to the US, which was described as very productive.
The source further added, “President Karzai noted that it was important that the US now puts into practice the agreements reached in Washington, in particular the full transfer of Bagram prison to Afghan authority.
Karzai told the U.S special representative that any delay transfer of Bagram prison to Afghan authority in transferring of Bagram prison to Afghan authority may raise suspicion among the people of Afghanistan.
No achievements were accomplished in Karzai's trip to U.S and it had been overestimated according to most observers and expert
Observers believe Karzai did not reach agreement on exact timetable with his U.S counterpart over transferring of prisons to Afghans, equipping the national security forces with heavy weapons and establishing air force.
The U.S, meanwhile, achieved the most of the meeting that U.S soldiers will not fight against Taliban and take the role of training and supporting by spring.
The U.S benefits from the meeting in which the U.S withdrawal approved to be done sooner than timetable since U.S funded $120,000,000 on Afghanistan war with no achievements.
Afghan security forces are now in the early stages of its independence and the sudden transfer of all responsibilities will be crippling to Afghanistan being made vulnerable.
Guarantees of agreement implementation such as transferring of Bagram prison to Afghan authority should have been made by the U.S president.
According to NATO, due to torture and abuse in Afghanistan prisons, it requires time to fully transfer prisons to Afghan revealing that this pledge of the U.S is without the backing of executive action.
Regardless of the recent report of the UN Political Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) of widespread torture in Afghan jails, prisons, foreign country prison in another country means violation of that country national sovereignty and independence.
Whether or not torture exists in Afghanistan prisons, it is not a good excuse for foreign countries to have prisons in Afghanistan since this case is related to Afghanistan security organizations.
Observations reveals that there is no executive action behind the Afghan-U.S presidents agreements because after some days NATO declared that transferring prison to Afghans is stopped backed by the UN report. Furthermore, there is no guarantee for equipping Afghan security forces.