KABUL: Former director of Da Afghanistan Breshna Sharkat (DABS) Amanullah Ghalib and ex-cabinet minister Farooq Wardak, as well as 16 army officers returned to Kabul as a result of the Islamic Emirate’s reconciliation commission efforts.
Both Amanullah Ghalib and Farooq Wardak and 16 of 150 army troops, were welcomed by the Islamic Emirate officials.
The remaining 134 other officers of the ministry are expected to return soon. The two personalities and the defense ministry’s officers had left Afghanistan following the Islamic Emirate takeover of the country in mid-August last year. The commission had earlier said that as a result of its efforts, Intezar Khadim, head of the National Security Council’s Peace and Civilian Protection, and Hassan Mubarak Azizi, former acting minister of transport, General Dawlat Waziri, a former spokesman for the Ministry of Defense, have returned to Afghanistan.
According to the IEA’s commission on contacting Afghans abroad, returning of Afghan figures and ex-officials is continuing and more Afghans will soon return home in the coming days.
The Kabul Times