Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai made toughest statements against the United States on Saturday, calling its actions here brutal.
The statements came two days after U.S. its largest non-nuclear bomb targeting Islamic State militant group in Achin district, Nangarhar, east Afghanistan.
Karzai strongly condemned the attack saying U.S. only tested its weapon on Afghan soil.
During the event on Durand Line, Karzai also reminded of Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
“I have decided to get America out of Afghanistan,” he said.
Karzai has repeatedly criticized foreign-led airstrikes in Afghanistan as he raised concerns about civilian casualties.
However, no civilian casualties reported in Thursday’s bombing of Achin district in which death toll is said to be 92.
Hours after Karzai's remarks, President Ashraf Ghani’s office in a statementsaid "every Afghan has the right to speak their mind. This is a country of free speech."