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Kunduz governor urges global charities to comeback

Kunduz governor urges global charities to comeback

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Apr 04, 2018 - 16:04

KUNDUZ CITY (Pajhwok): The governor on Wednesday asked international charity organizations to resume their operations in the insurgency-hit northern Kunduz province.

Kunduz governor Abdul Jabbar Naeemi expressed these views during a meeting with a NATOinfo-icon commander in the northeastern zone.

Naeemi asked international charity organizations to resume their development services in Kunduz and work jointly with local authorities for improving people’s livelihood.

the governor thanked foreign forces, particularly Germany, for its support to Afghanistaninfo-icon over the past one and a half decades.

He asked the NATO commander for the northeastern zone to encourage international charity and other organizations to return to Kunduz and resume their services in order jobs could be created for the youth.

The NATO commander said Germany would cooperate with the local administration in areas of security, development and improving people’s llivelihood.

Germany has 1,000 troops in Afghanistan under NATO command.

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