"the Government in Kabul has lost its grip on the countryside and the size of the afghan security forces are shrinking. It strikes an american authority fixed – at the same time as the united states and the taliban continue to discuss a possible end to the war."
"It has been four years since the international isaf mission hauled his flag, and Nato formally ended their combat mission in Afghanistan. Then had the responsibility for security is gradually handed over to afghans themselves."
"since Then, the existence in the country punctuated by bloody deeds and battles, which affected both civilians and soldiers hard. Last week, Ashraf Ghani to 45 000 people from the afghan national security forces have been killed since he took office as president in september 2014. This means an average of nearly 850 dead every month, according to a quarterly report from Sigar, the us authority that oversees reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan."
"The staggering losses are an explanation as to why the country's security forces suffer from lack of motivation and stridsmoral."
"In the current situation, the forces of around 308 000 people, according to Sigar, which says that only 87,7% of the positions are filled. This is the lowest level since January 2015."
"the Situation on the ground does not look particularly bright, as the government continues to lose the grip. At the end of October were less than 54 per cent of Afghanistan under Kabul's control or influence – areas where only 64 per cent of the population lives, according to Sigar. The rest live in the disputed areas or in locations that are already in taliban hands."
"The islamist extremiströrelsen has been mainly linked its grip on rural areas and now controls more territory than in any year since it was overthrown in the US-led invasion in 2001."
"the Negotiations between the united states and the taliban, is expected to continue in Qatar on 25 February. The focus is on the ceasefire and the withdrawal of the american soldiers in the country. However, there are many obstacles to overcome before such an agreement could become a reality."
"When the bet was that the most fought about 130 000 Natosoldater in Afghanistan. Around 50 countries participated, including Sweden."
"the Isaf combat mission ended officially on 31 december 2014. The responsibility for security had been gradually transferred to the afghans themselves. The current mission is called "
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