AUSTRALIA WILL RESPOND VERY SERIOUSLY TO WAR CRIME ALLEGATIONS: PM SCOTT MORRISON
Scott morrison Prime Minister has assured to the people of afghanistan that military unlawfully has killed 39 people in the war-torn region an credible information was realised that at least 19 serving and former
Australian special forces allegedly committed up to 39 unlawful murders during the conflict in Afghanistan. Morrison on friday told about the situation in an interview that "We will take this very seriously and we'll deal with it as Australians under the Australian rule of law."
He assured the veterans and the defence force of australia that the sets of rules and other conditioning factors and where australian enquiry was taking place parallely and protecting the defence and the rule of law was critical.
He added up by saying that "lessons are learned to ensure that they can’t be repeated". Highest esteem of the australian force has reached years ago morrison continued And their selflessness, service, and the choice that is made by serving men and women to pull on that uniform and to serve their country in the way they do. From that moment on, they have earned our respect and their conduct beyond that in the overwhelming majority of the defence force experience backs that up,".
"And to ensure at an international level that we’re a country that deals, even with difficult news, in the most appropriate way and consistent with our values and that’s why I think we can be proud of our defence forces and all those who have served," prime minister said.