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16 October, 2010

Russia: Moscow’s Discontent with Afghan Anti-Drug Fight Boiling Over

Russia: Moscow’s Discontent with Afghan Anti-Drug Fight Boiling Over | EurasiaNet.org: "Russian frustration is rising with NATO’s “incomprehensible passivity” in efforts to contain Afghanistan’s growing drugs output. It has reached a point where some politicians in Moscow are starting to call for an active Russian military presence in Central Asia.

The Kremlin flashed its dissatisfaction with anti-trafficking efforts in Afghanistan on September 29, when Vitaly Churkin, Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations, lambasted the inability of US and NATO forces to curb trafficking in northern Afghanistan..."


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