The interview came after a local boy was shot and killed by a US serviceman guarding Bagram Air Base, which is located 31 miles (50 kilometers) north of the capital Kabul and which is known to be the largest military installation in Afghanistan.
"The US servicemen occupied Afghanistan under a human rights slogan. From the very beginning it was clear that they would never protect the people of Afghanistan. The real [objective of the US presence in Afghanistan] is to fulfill their strategic goals, capture natural resources and pursue their national interests in neighboring countries," Kabir said.
As far as the killing of the child is concerned, he said that such US military crimes aren't uncommon across Afghanistan.
"They commit such crimes in a spate of Afghan provinces, saying only one word: 'sorry'. And our government, a puppet of foreign countries, is powerless to rectify the situation," he added.
Kabir warned that more Afghan children may die in the near future amid the ongoing NATO presence in Afghanistan.
Meanwhile, it was reported that the boy, whose name and age have not been disclosed, was carrying "what looked like an automatic rifle," according to General Zaman Mamozai, chief of police for the Parwan province, where the airbase is located.
Decades of conflict have turned Afghanistan into one of the most dangerous places in the world for children and their mothers to live, according to media reports.