The United States recognizes Russia’s grant to building a improved destiny for a Afghan people and hopes for serve team-work in providing confidence in a war-torn Centarl Asian state, a U.S. State Department said.
“We take note of a poignant grant to general confidence that has resulted from a arrangements between a United States and Russia – bilaterally and by NATO – to support belligerent and atmosphere movement into and out of Afghanistan,” pronounced a fact piece expelled on Monday after a assembly between Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Barack Obama in Los Cabos.
“In suitability with these arrangements, over 2,200 flights, over 379,000 infantry personnel, and over 45,000 containers of load have been ecstatic by Russia in support of operations in Afghanistan,” a fact piece said.
Moscow also sealed a $367.5 million understanding in 2011 with a U.S. Department of Defense for 21 Mi-17V5 transport/attack helicopters to enhance a swift of helicopters in use with a Afghan army.
In addition, Russia will sight 30 Afghan helicopter technicians in 2012 to “enhance a ability of a Afghan confidence army to keep their swift of helicopters mission-ready as they assume larger shortcoming for Afghanistan’s security.”
All NATO fight infantry are scheduled to leave Afghanistan by a finish of 2014.
Moscow is reportedly in talks with NATO on a supposed “multimodal” load movement from Afghanistan, that would “increase a potency of NATO withdrawal.
In line with a new scheme, cargos from Afghanistan would be delivered to a Russian Volga city of Ulyanovsk by plane, and afterwards eliminated to Europe by train.