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Whether the effort will ultimately be successful remains to be seen.
National Security Advisor Tom Donilon has likewise made contact with officials in Kabul.
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"Experience shows that it might take a couple of days, but then people's anger will be vented." NATO, under the leadership of the US Army, has been preparing for possible publication of the photos for close to 100 days.
In dozens of high-level talks with their Afghan partners, military leaders have sought to pursue the same strategy used by the US diplomatic corps in the case of the sensitive diplomatic cables released late last year by Wiki Leaks.
The head of all NATO troops in Afghanistan, General David Petraeus, likewise met with Karzai.
By apologizing and by promising that those responsible will be prosecuted, the US is hoping to prevent Karzai from making any angry public statements on the case.A high-ranking official in the Afghan Foreign Ministry, who is close to President Karzai, said he believed the development would trigger a serious political conflict with the US."I assume we won't see the full effect of this matter until tomorrow, at the very soonest, when people return to work.The case threatens to strain already fragile US-Afghan relations at a time when the two countries are negotiating over the establishment of permanent US military bases in Afghanistan.In a statement released by Colonel Thomas Collins, the US Army, which is currently preparing a court martial to try a total of 12 suspects in connection with the killings, apologized for the suffering the photos have caused.“Kicking me out of the Army is morally wrong, and the entire country knows it,” Martland said in a statement.