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September 26, 2018
The Kabul Times

President Ghani instructs improvement of eastern provinces’ security

NANGARHAR:  Led by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, a high-ranking government delegation paid a visit to Nangarhar and participated in a security meeting attended by local defense and security officials. In the meeting held yesterday at Shahi Palace in Nangarhar, first local defense and security officials delivered report related to overall security condition of the province and eastern provinces of the country, achievements, maintaining security of highways and upcoming elections.

They said that they were able to manage the situation and keep on military operations against Daesh during ceasefire by joint coordination of the country’s defense and security forces.

After hearing report delivered by local defense and security officials, the country’s President by praising national defense and security forces for better management of ceasefire, their sacrifices and efforts towards defending the people and country stressed on timely providing supplies and equipment to defense and security forces.

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani instructed defense and security officials to take urgent steps for suppressing the enemies after reviewing areas threatened by them and stressed on further coordination between the country’s defense and security forces to maintain security of highways and upcoming elections.

Expressing unhappiness over Torkham security management, the country’s President said that there were complaints in this regard, instructing Nangarhar governor to kick off review the management and find practical ways for solving the problem.

The Kabul Times

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