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200 cadets complete military trainings in Khost

KABUL: 200 military cadets have recently received their certificates after completing a period of military training in the country’s southern Khost province, Bakthar News Agency (BNA) re-ported.
The IEA is planned to establish an armed force with the capability of protecting the people and defending national sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country, the agency said.

In the meantime, Abdul Rashid, Commander of the Khost Military Training was also introduced and officially started his work.
The agency quoted Mawlavi M. Nabi Omari, Governor of Khost, as saying that the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan was planned to form an army having the capacity of protecting the people and defend the country with-out any discrimination.

The governor advised all related personnel to behave with patience and be kind to the people.
“The government will protect its people and soil with full assurance,” said Mahboob Shah Qanit, the provincial police chief.
Abdul Rashid further assured the people that they will protect their soil and religion.
He added the security forces of the country were prepared for any kind of sacrifices in the way to serve the people.

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