WASHINGTON (AFP) - The Obama Administration said Tuesday it supports having a civilian coordinator in Afghanistan to help President Hamid Karzais government improve the countrys security and economy. State Department spokesman Ian Kelly, who denied reports that the coordinator would circumvent Karzai, said Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would discuss the idea with allies in Brussels later in the week. Its a way for us to better support the efforts of Afghanistan to provide for its own security and ... provide a better economic future for the Afghan people, Kelly told reporters. This is not in any way an attempt to ... undercut or bypass ...the Afghan government, he added.