فرنسوي عسکرو غوټي په شا کول پیل کړل – انځورونه ۲۰۱۱-۱۰-۲۰

 

تمه کیږي چي د راتلونکي کال ۲۰۱۲ تر پایه به فرنسا خپل څلورمه حصه فوځ دافغانستان څخه باسي… او د کال ۲۰۱۴ پوري به ټول فوځ وایستل شي.

په دې لړ کې تیره ورځ د کابل د هوايي ډګر له لاري ۲۰۰ عسکر فرنسې بیرته ستانه شول..

French soldiers walk with their kitbags at Kabul International Airport in Kabul on October 19, 2011. The first 200 French soldiers left Afghanistan on October 19, kickstarting troop withdrawals announced three months ago by Paris as part of NATO plans to wind down its combat mission by 2014. In total, a quarter of France's current troop deployment is scheduled to withdraw from Afghanistan before the end of 2012, ahead of a full drawdown of NATO's combat mission scheduled in 2014.

French soldiers wait to board a plane at Kabul International Airport, in Kabul on October 19, 2011. The first 200 French soldiers left Afghanistan on October 19, kickstarting troop withdrawals announced three months ago by Paris as part of NATO plans to wind down its combat mission by 2014. In total, a quarter of France's current troop deployment is scheduled to withdraw from Afghanistan before the end of 2012, ahead of a full drawdown of NATO's combat mission scheduled in 2014.

French soldiers walk to board a plane at Kabul International Airport, in Kabul on October 19, 2011. The first 200 French soldiers left Afghanistan on October 19, kickstarting troop withdrawals announced three months ago by Paris as part of NATO plans to wind down its combat mission by 2014. In total, a quarter of France's current troop deployment is scheduled to withdraw from Afghanistan before the end of 2012, ahead of a full drawdown of NATO's combat mission scheduled in 2014.

French soldiers walk to board a plane at Kabul International Airport in Kabul on October 19, 2011. The first 200 French soldiers left Afghanistan on October 19, kickstarting troop withdrawals announced three months ago by Paris as part of NATO plans to wind down its combat mission by 2014. In total, a quarter of France's current troop deployment is scheduled to withdraw from Afghanistan before the end of 2012, ahead of a full drawdown of NATO's combat mission scheduled in 2014.

French soldiers embark onto a plane at Kabul International Airport, in Kabul on October 19, 2011. The first 200 French soldiers left Afghanistan on October 19, kickstarting troop withdrawals announced three months ago by Paris as part of NATO plans to wind down its combat mission by 2014. In total, a quarter of France's current troop deployment is scheduled to withdraw from Afghanistan before the end of 2012, ahead of a full drawdown of NATO's combat mission scheduled in 2014.

French soldiers walk with their kitbags at Kabul International Airport in Kabul on October 19, 2011. The first 200 French soldiers left Afghanistan on October 19, kickstarting troop withdrawals announced three months ago by Paris as part of NATO plans to wind down its combat mission by 2014. In total, a quarter of France's current troop deployment is scheduled to withdraw from Afghanistan before the end of 2012, ahead of a full drawdown of NATO's combat mission scheduled in 2014.

French soldiers wait for a plane at Kabul International Airport in Kabul on October 19, 2011. The first 200 French soldiers left Afghanistan on October 19, kickstarting troop withdrawals announced three months ago by Paris as part of NATO plans to wind down its combat mission by 2014. In total, a quarter of France's current troop deployment is scheduled to withdraw from Afghanistan before the end of 2012, ahead of a full drawdown of NATO's combat mission scheduled in 2014.



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