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Russia to train 45 Afghan cadets

Russia to train 45 Afghan cadets

Feb 07, 2016 - 15:45

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhowk): The Embassy of the Russian Federation in Kabul on Sunday announced the country provide military training to 45 Afghan cadets in the near future, a statement from the embassy said.

During a ceremony held to the announce results for Afghan military cadets who already appeared in a test, the Russian Ambassador Alexander Mantytskiy also announced the group of the young people would leave for higher military educationinfo-icon in Russia in the near future, the statement said.

The Russian federation has significantly increased the number of combat specialties; the statement said adding Afghan cadets would be provided with everything necessary to become skilled officers.

“The military training is among Moscow’s top priorities in providing aid to Afghanistaninfo-icon,” the statement said.

The programme was effective for assisting Kabul in creating Afghan armed force to bring stability to Afghanistan, the statement added.


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