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21st of October 2018

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Gov't to respond to the recommendations, needs of the armed forces: Ghani - The Khaama Press News Agency

By Khaama Press - Wed Sep 12 2018, 3:46 pm

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has vowed that the government would respond to the recommendations and needs of the armed forces.

The Office of the President, ARG Palace, in a statement said President Ghani made the remarks during a video teleconference meeting with the civilian and military officials of Balkh, Faryab, Frah, and Kunduz.

The statement further added that President Ghani heard the reports and recommendations of the civilian and military officials of the named provinces.

He said necessary steps would be taken regarding the recommendations of the civilian and military officials after a decision has been taken during the upcoming meetings of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces.

President Ghani also talked over the phone with the commanders of the various army corps, the 20th division, and the Special Operations Corps, ARG Palace said, adding that the military commanders shared their report regarding the security arrangements for the elections, fight against the militants.

The statement by ARG Palace also added that the military commanders also shared information regarding the existing barriers on the way of the operations of the armed forces.

President Ghani thanked the armed forces for their efforts in ensuring peace and stability and suppressing the militants and vowed that the government would respond to the recommendations and needs of the armed forces, ARG Palace said.

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