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Former army lawyer Glenn Kolomeitz says we have a moral obligation to Afghan interpreters

By John Hanscombe
July 2 2021 - 6:30pm
Glenn Kolomeitz, who served in Afghanistan, says we have a moral obligation to provide protection for those who served Australia's interests during its longest war. Photo: Anna Warr

Glenn Kolomeitz admits he's a sucker for a mission. His latest - to see Afghan interpreters who served with our military evacuated to Australia before they fall into the clutches of the resurgent and vengeful Taliban - occupies much of his time.

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