David Cameron statment: Withdraw 500 troops from Afghanistan by end 2012!

British  Prime Minister  David Cameron announced that Great Britain in 9500 to 500 in 2012 to reduce troop strength in Afghanistan.

In a statement to the House of Commons after a two-day visit to Kabul and Helmand in Afghanistan Cameron announced a slight decrease of British troops in 2012 over 450 have already been withdrawn because of this year.

I already said it will withdraw 426 British military personnel by February 2012 and today I can announce that the UK will be able to reduce power levels ranging from 500 to over 9500 9000 by the end of 2012.

According to the Prime Minister  Britain would be to create a new agent academy training in Afghanistan  which draws inspiration from order to Sandhurst  Britain in the production of high quality leaders of the pack.
It opened in 2013 and received each year 1350 entries with about 120 British soldiers involved in training.

It will provide the officers of the Afghan army of the future. On Tuesday,Cameron at a press conference in Kabul  and fighting the Taliban in Helmand province  had insisted that success and to review security in Afghanistan was on track.

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