Publish dateTuesday 29 November 2022 - 10:24
Story Code : 261608
War crimes in Afghanistan; Australia takes back its commanders
Australia's Ministry of Defense has said that medals awarded to the country's military commanders who served in Afghanistan will be withdrawn for war crimes and the killing of civilians.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): Australia's Canberra Times newspaper reported on Monday (November 28, 2022) quoting Richard Marles, the Minister of Defense of this country, that based on the findings of the "disgusting" report that Britton Media published on the war crimes committed by Australian soldiers in Afghanistan published; Medals given to people who held command posts in Afghanistan are being taken back.
The Minister of Defense of Australia has called the allegation of war crimes in Afghanistan a "national shame" and said that in order to get medals from the military commanders, they should be talked to.
Referring to the published reports on the performance of the Australian army in Afghanistan, he stated: "This is a fundamentally important report and should be treated with the utmost respect."
The findings of "Britton" media show that some Australian troops who served in Afghanistan, between 2007 and 2013, unlawfully killed 39 civilians and prisoners and treated two others with violence.
The news of the withdrawal of the medal from the Australian troops who served in Afghanistan is published while documentary reports of the war crimes committed by Australian and British soldiers in Afghanistan were published some time ago.
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