Kunduz 217th Pamir Corps Merges with Balkh 209th Shaheen Corps
The Army Chief of Staff has confirmed that the 217th Pamir Corps in Kunduz province will be merged with the 209th Shaheen Corps in Balkh province.
Speaking at a press conference with senior security officials on Saturday, Army Chief of Staff Mohammad Yasin Zia said the Ministry of Defense was also working on reforms in times of war.
According to the Chief of Staff, the focus is on reforms at the Ministry of National Defense headquarters and other areas with organizational inflation or additional staff.
He added that the reform program is aimed at better managing the battlefields.
Mohammad Yasin Zia added the 217th Pamir Corps will not only be included in the reforms, but that the reforms will be implemented in many other places.
According to him, the forces of the camps, which are located in safe areas, will be sent to the front lines of the war to try to improve the operations.
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