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Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The establishment of National Academy for Army personnel is another step toward self-sufficiency and capacity building of Afghan national army, which can offer educated army officers to Afghan community.
BNA commenting on the issue writes, capacity building and equipping Afghan national army has been a controversial issue during the last years. The situation in the country and in the region requires Afghanistan to establish a strong army based on modern standards to fight successfully against challenges that imposed by foreign forces and interferences. One of the ways to end foreign interferences and overcome the current challenges is the capacity building of the security forces of the country. The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan understanding this urgent need considers equipping and the capacity building of the security personnel as its major priority and seriously endeavors to build a strong and professional army to overcome the current challenges and to ensure the ground for good governance and stability in the country. Therefore, to achieve these patriotic and national goals, National Academy of Army established.
Hamid Karzai the President of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in augural ceremony of the academy, called the establishment of the academy   a firm step toward the defense capabilities of the army. He said, using this opportunity we should try to train Afghan youths to meet the security requirement of the country and to reach in a status, the Afghan educated officers and experts take active and effective part in training and capacity building of the personnel of security forces.
The establishment of National Military Academy, that trains Afghan youths, equivalent to Saint Horst military academy of UK can introduce Afghan army as a professional force in the region.  Currently Saint Horst military academy is also involved in military training in India and Pakistan. It worth of mentioning that likewise the Afghan security forces need to obtain military training and to learn the use of modern technology, they should learn the lessons of patriotism and defending the national values and without any involvement in politics, defend the national interests, sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence of the country. 
Previously the Afghan military personnel trained abroad. The host countries imposed their ideologies and policies on them, what happened in 1357 was a result of such influences, which caused heavy casualties and destructions continuing. 
The establishment of military institutes inside the country not only provides the ground for military personnel to boost their capabilities but rid them from the influence of foreign countries.
The establishment of National Military Academy is another step toward safeguarding the achievements of the last ten years and demonstrates the initiation and strong will of the national army personnel.  T. Nemat

Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Sheberghan (BNA) Three armed rebels were killed in Sheberghan-Sar-e-Pul highway the night before last.
Spokesman of Jourzjan security directorate said BNA; the three rebels were killed in a clash with Afghan security forces.
Two other rebels were also wounded in the clash.
It should be said that two public order police were slightly wounded and the health condition of them reported satisfactory. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Nine armed oppositions were killed and wounded and 40 different types of mines were discovered and defused in an operation launched by national army forces.
Defense ministry spokesman said BNA, the national army forces carried out a clearing operation in Panjwai and Maiwand districts of Kandahar province in which a number of armed oppositions were killed, 4 Kalashnikovs, and a set of communication were destroyed.
Also the national army forces launched other operation in Alinegar district of Laghman province, as a result of which a number of armed oppositions were killed and a PK machine gun was seized.
According to another report, two national army troops were martyred and another wounded in explosion of mines planted by armed oppositions in the outskirts of Alasai district of Kapisa province. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Paroon (BNA) Nine armed Taliban were killed and five others wounded in two separate clashes in Nuristan province.
The clashes occurred in border area of Kamdish district and suburb of Paroon city.
The first incident occurred when a group of armed Taliban attacked from soil of Pakistan on a security post of Afghan forces.
Deputy Commander of Kamdish Police Dept. said BNA, in the clash five armed Taliban were killed and three others wounded.
It should be said that the Afghan troops sustained no harm in the incident.
The second incident occurred in the suburb of Paroon city when the security officials attacked on a group of armed Taliban.
A police official of Paroon said that, four armed Taliban were killed and two others wounded. 
T. Suraya-Yarzadas