WASHINGTON U.S. President Barack Obama telephoned a conduct of Medecins San Frontieres and apologized for a lethal atmosphere strike on a assist group’s sanatorium in Kunduz, Afghanistan, a White House pronounced on Wednesday.
On a call with a medical charity’s president, Joanne Liu, Obama also pronounced a U.S. review into a occurrence would “provide a transparent, consummate and design accounting of a contribution and resources of a incident. And that, if necessary, a boss would exercise changes to make tragedies like this one reduction expected to start in a future,” White House orator Josh Earnest told reporters.
MSF, also famous as Doctors Without Borders, is job for an eccentric general fact-finding elect to be determined to examine a bombing, that took place over a weekend.
Obama also called Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to demonstrate condolences for a lives mislaid of patients and staff during a strike, Earnest said.
(Reporting by Lisa Lambert, Roberta Rampton and Doina Chiacu; Editing by Susan Heavey)
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