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President Karzai Chairs National Security Council Meeting

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Monday, January 28, 2013
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai chaired the meeting of the National Security Council which evaluated current security situation in the country, especially the security in Logar and Maidan-Wardak provinces.
The Minister of Interior and Governor of Logar presented reports on the security situation in Logar and the council heard the report of the assigned commission assessing recent losses of civilian’s lives in Dara Tangi of Sayedabad district of Maidan-Wardak.
The National Security Council did not consider the report of the assigned commission with respect to the incident in Sayedabad district of Maidan-Wardak and instructed the administration affairs department and CM secretariat to send the second commission with participation of representatives of related organs to that district.
It was also instructed that the commission prepare its findings from the area and present it to the presidential office.
The governor of Logar touching on the security problems in Logar said that in recent month’s security has improved in the province and despite the threats of the enemies of the people, stability and peace and the spirit of people’s cooperation with the government is considered better.
The National Security Council emphasized that improvement in the spirit of cooperation of people with the government is a big factor towards ensuring of security and strengthening of national sovereignty in the country, so the civil and military organs should exert more efforts towards attraction of people’s cooperation and support through better serving them.
The council also instructed the ministries of defend, interior and national security department led by local organs department to prepare a comprehensive security plan for Logar and Maidan-Wardak provinces and present it the presidential office.
 

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