U.S. and Afghanistan reach partnership agreement

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The United States and Afghanistan reached a strategic partnership agreement on Sunday after negotiating for months, the New York Times reported.
In the agreement, which was not released publicly, the U.S. pledged to support Afghanistan until 2024, ten years after the planned withdrawal of U.S. troops in the country, according to the New York Times.
The support will be both financial and economical while Afghanistan fights against the Taliban, the Wall Street Journal.
The deal will be official next month when President Barack Obama and President Hamid Karzai meet at North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit in Chicago, the Wall Street Journal reported.

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I find the deal to be really preserving the interests of both countries and am really applausing the president and his decisions taken in the sphere of the international policy.Now we are looking for to the troops withdrawal from Afganistan in 2014!

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