Russia’s ambassador to NATO says the publication by whistleblowing website Wikileaks of U.S. secret documents on the war in Afghanistan will lead to investigations conducted by countries involved in the war.
On Sunday, Wikileaks released some 91,000 U.S. military secret documents on the war in Afghanistan dating from September 2004 to December 2009.
The documents reveal the killings of civilians, reports that Pakistan’s ISI intelligence agency is helping the Taliban in Afghanistan, with military units involved and weapon systems used. These documents were also given to a number of world acknowledged publications, such as the New York Times, the Guardian and Der Spiegel.
White House and other world authorities involved in the war called this move irresponsible.
Russia’s envoy to NATO, Dmitry Rogozin, said he thinks that Washington’s policies will not change much.
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