Washington, Jul 21: US President Barack Obama told that US will continue it's fight against the terrorist group Taliban, who killed innocent civilians in the US and the UK.
In a joint conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron in White House on Tuesday, Jul 20, Obama told that US will crack the Taliban's strength. He also told that the terrorists trained in Afghanistan and the tribal regions of Pakistani border have killed civilians in US and UK.
"We have the right strategy. We are going to break the Taliban's momentum. We are going to build Afghan capacity, so Afghans can take responsibility for their future. We are going to deepen regional cooperation, including with Pakistan," said US President.
Obama also told that Kabul International Conference was historic milestone in the history of Afghanistan, which will improve security, economic growth governance and the delivery of basic services.
This was British Prime Minister David Cameron's first visit to White House after assuming office in May 2010.
"We reaffirmed our commitment to the overall strategy. A key part of that is training the Afghan National Army and Police so they can provide security for their country and our troops can come home," said British Prime Minister.