Russia to train 45 Afghan cadets
KABUL (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 education 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 Afghanistan,” 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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