Last month, former captain Matthew Hoh resigned his government post in protest against the war in Afghanistan. A veteran of the war, Hoh recently served as political officer in the diplomatic service and as a civilian representative of high-level government of the province of Zabul.
But he said in his resignation letter that the presence of the United States in Afghanistan reminded him too much of the presence of the U.S. in South Vietnam, and "I find specious the reasons we ask for bloodshed and sacrifice from our young men and women in Afghanistan." NATO says eight U.S. service members and an Afghan civilian working for the force were killed Tuesday in bombs attacks in southern Afghanistan. The international force says several troops also were wounded and taken to a regional medical facility. It gave no further details.
Document of their meeting, said that the situation in Afghanistan deteriorates. He said that progress in political reform, governance and nation-building slow and, in some areas, does not exist. Afghanistan is the preparation of the President of the 7th November after the first vote in August was marred by widespread fraud.