So would we. Unfortunately, there isn't one to give.
We trust the US is doing all it can to get those weapons back?
Assuming they're really lost, of course. We aren't exactly thrilled about the situation; they're our troops out there.
Tuvalu would like to say that we don't hold America responsible for this incident as it was practically certain that some weaponry would go missing. 80,000 pistols may seem to be a large amount, but it truly is only a fraction of the total amount being shipped. Tuvalu would also like to remind the U.A.E that the weapons can just as easily be bought illegally from neighbouring regions. The U.S.A appears to be as regretful as everyone else in this situation. Tavulu would like to know form the US though whether security is deemed to be tightening concerning shipping of weaponry to the East?
How can America not be held responsible? They've agreed to losing those weapons! We don't care about the 'total amount of weapons involved', 80,000itself is a very large number and a cause for concern.
Weapons bought off neighbouring states is a different matter all together; that said, you can buy weapons anywhere and everywhere in the world.
The US 'appears' to be regretful alright; we don't care. We would just like to know what it is doing to find those weapons.
Liechtenstein is troubled at this unfortunate turn of events, but thinks that attempting to recover the missing weapons will merely escalate tensions in the area. What should be done however is make sure that this situation will not happen again.
'that some weaponry would go missing??' it isn't a batch of CDs that have fallen off the back of a truck or some knock off wallets! these are instruments of death, and any loss or misplacement of such items is a highly serious issue. nontheless, we understand the issues surrounding the delivery of ordinance to warzones, and can understand the pressure on the US at this time, and can only hope that this will not happen again, and that this will be a lesson to all of the need for the maximum possible security.
Easy guys, hes new. So are alot of people here.
If they make a mistake, just tell them to make it right!
Denmark is concerned about the loss of the weapons. These may also find their way into the hands of insurgent groupings in other highly unstable countries, Afghanistan for example.