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For more on Afghan president Harmid Karzai's decision on private security contractors operating in the country, we're joined by Tamara Aqrabawe, who is in Kabul. Hello, Tamara...
Q1: Karzai is set to issue an ultimatum to demand private security contractors cease all operations within four months. But NATO relies heavily on these companies to guard convoys and installations across the country. What has NATO's reaction been to Karzai's decision?
Q2: Karzai pledged in his inauguration speech in November to shutter both foreign and domestic security contractors by the end of next year. Why has he decided to take action more quickly?