US, Afghanistan move to end diplomatic row

all is well Afghan President Karzai walks with Commander of US and Nato troops, General Stanley McChrystal. (AFP)

The US and Afghanistan yesterday sought to draw a line under a recent diplomatic row, downplaying talk of a damaging rift and stressing their commitment to work together. President Hamid Karzai's office said his US counterpart Barack Obama wrote to thank him for his "warm hospitality" during his visit to Kabul and said his government would "remain as the strategic partner of Afghanistan".


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