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Maj. Gen. Hadi appointed as new 201st Selab Corps commander

Maj. Gen. Hadi appointed as new 201st Selab Corps commander

Jul 22, 2019 - 17:17

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): Maj. Gen. Hadi will replace Lt. Gen. Waziri as new commander of 201st Selab Military Corps, according to a statement on Monday.

This was announced by Yasin Zia, deputy minister of defence, in a gathering at Selab Military Corps in eastern Nangarhar province.

“I’ve learned so much from General Waziri and I’m honored to have served with him,” he said.

The deputy defence minister told Gen. Hadi: “you are taking command of brave soldiers, the defenders of Afghanistaninfo-icon.”

 “The reputation of the 201st is known across the country. The hard work of this corps shows, the honor of the 201st is high. The new corps commander was chosen based on his leadership ability,” he said.

“Check in on your soldiers, their morale, well-being and pay. The soldiers of the ANA are our sons, their well-being is your responsibility.”

Dr. Yasin Zia to Lieutenant General Waziri: “from GIROA, from the MoD, from the soldiers, we thank you for your hard work and dedication to the safety of our great nation.”

Gen. Waziri praised the dedication, professionalism and technical expertise of the great heroes of the 201st Selab Corps. General Waziri thanked the soldiers, NCOs and officers that have fought and defended our strong nation.

Gen. Hadi thanked Gen. Waziri for the great job he performed during his service at Selab Military Corps.

US and NATOinfo-icon Forces Commander Gen. Scott Miller and Bri. Gen. Donn Hill, TAAC East Commander were present on the occasion.



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