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Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Kabul (BNA) Badakhshan security officials say transition of security responsibility is to be started very soon in the province. 
According to General Abdul Sabour Nasrati, provincial police chief for Badakhshan, Afghan security forces are ready to hold security responsibilities of those areas which are determined to be given to Afghan security forces in the province. 
Meanwhile, Colonel Abdul Hadi, commander of the 2nd battalion for 209th Shaheen Corps said, “I can certainly say that all our personnel are ready to hold the responsibility.” 
It is worth mentioning that seven districts including the capital city of Faizabad have been listed in the second phase of the transition process.


Monday, December 12, 2011
Khost (BNA) Police of Khost province seized 2400 liters of Acid which were used in heroin production yesterday.
Colonel Sardar Mohammad Zazai police chief of Khost said to BNA, these acids were seized in an operation from vicinities of Khost province recently. 
According to him, a number of arms were seized by the security forces as well. 
In other operation, police of that province destroyed three alcoholic beverages factories in Kotaki area, Tani district of that province.  Translated by Suraya-Yarzada
 

Monday, December 12, 2011
Faizabad (BNA) Graduation certificates were distributed for 45 national police soldiers after getting professional trainings in Badakhshan province. 
Colonel Hafizullah Kohi, responsible of educational training center of Badakhshan said to BNA, graduators of this center got professional trainings for 3 weeks. 
According to him, currently, 114 police officers and 290 policemen are under training by 12 German and eight Afghan experts.
He added, within six month training period 70% of policemen received awareness about the country’s law, human rights and other international roles.
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Monday, December 12, 2011
Kabul (BNA) Defense Minister, Abdul Raheem Wardak met with the budget committee head for the US senate, Powel Ryan and his accompanying delegation here in Kabul, national defense press office reported. 
According to the defense ministry’s press office, at the meeting, the security situation, national army development, training and equipment had been discussed between the two sides as the main agendas. 
The national defense minister assured the US delegation of the developed Afghan national army and is ready to take over security of the country from the international forces in the appointed deadline, but emphasized that the national army’s different segments should be equipped with modern military facilities to address the current requirements. 
Meanwhile, the US senate delegation on behalf of his country assured not to spare any cooperation in the area of equipment and training of the national army, the statement quoted. 
The regional security and relations and effectiveness of the peace talks had also been discussed between the two sides during the meeting.