U.S. commander issues apology for criticism of out Dutch soldiers

03/30/2010 | Google · Google

Retired U.S. NATO Commander John Sheehan has issued a written apology to retired Dutch Gen. Henk van den Breemen for his comments at Senate hearing linking the inability of Dutch forces to stop genocide in Srebrenica to the presence of out military personnel. "I am sorry that my recent public recollection of those discussions of 15 years ago inaccurately reflected your thinking on some specific social issues in the military," Sheehan writes. Van den Breemen termed Sheehan's initial comments as "complete nonsense."

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