US occupation of Afghanistan illegal: Mullah Omar
Kabul, May 21 (ANI): Afghan Taliban head, Mullah Omar has said that the US occupation of Afghanistan was illegal under international law.
"The occupation of Afghanistan by America through the use of force is a clear violation of a sovereign state which is not justified under any international law," Dawn.com quoted Omar, as saying.
Referring about a TV survey in US, the Taliban head said that 69 per cent Americans want evacuation of US forces from Afghanistan.
He also warned Nato against imposing any solution upon the Afghan people.
"Terrorism and ground realities had nothing in common. No Afghan had a hand in military operations in other countries and neither are there any proofs hence the occupation of Afghanistan by America is neither sound legally or logically," he said.
Omar also declared the withdrawal of French forces from Afghanistan as a "realistic decision" and said that 'the decision is as a reflection of the French people's opinion'.
"The declaration of the new president of France, Francois Hollande, that all its troops will be removed from Afghanistan at the end of this year is a decision based on realities and a reflection of the opinion of its nation," he added. (ANI)
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