While speaking during a gathering with the members of the Afghan media agencies, president Hamid Karzai said that his pre-conditions for the security deal remains unchanged, and insisted that raids on Afghan homes should be immediately stopped, and practical steps should be taken towards Afghan peace process in a bid to start open talks with the militant groups in Afghanistan.
President Karzai also ruled out the possibility of civil war in the country as a result of coalition forces withdrawal, if the security agreement was not signed.
Karzai said foreigners intervention in Afghanistan led to war inside the country during 1990s, and insisted that the people of Afghanistan are united and confederate, and therefore, clashes among various groups and Taliban war should not be attributed to Afghan people.
He emphasized that he was supporting the bilateral security agreement with Washington for the stability and safety of Afghanistan, and to prevent the country from disasters.
Karzai also added that economic motive was not key for the signing of the bilateral security agreement with Washington, but the agreement should ensure safety of the Afghan homes and stability of the country.