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MoI inks security agreement

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Monday, December 31, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Minister of Interior, Gen. Ghulam Mujaba Patang and Gen.John Allen, Commander of NATO-led forces in Afghanistan inked an agreement yesterday which all allows the interior ministry to provide security around the security installations of US and NATO-led forces in the country, press office of interior ministry said.
Speaking on the occasion, General Patang said the ministry for interior in line with 62nd presidential decree had demolished 57 private security firms and itself provided security for different companies.
The interior minister also said that the ministry with having 15,000 additional troops and inking 129 security pacts had provided security for more than 800 security sites.
General Patang also noted that signing agreement with commander of NATO-led troops is a significant step towards assuming security charge from international troops by Afghan national force.
In his remarks after inking the agreement, General John Allan said that inking this agreement displays the capability of Afghan national security forces will further build its capability until 2014.

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