Afghan, NATO Senior Officials Visit Farah
The commander of NATO’s Resolute Support Mission and United States Forces in Afghanistan, General Scott Miller, Afghan Acting Interior Minister, Masoud Andarabi, the acting chief of National Directorate Security (NDS), Zia Saraj and the first deputy of Defense Minister, Yasin Zia have visited the Farah province.
The Ministry of Defense (MoD) in a statement said the Afghan and NATO senior officials have visited the Farah province to evaluate the security situation of the province.
According to the statement, the officials met with the governor and security officials of Farah and discussed issues for the betterment of the security situation of the province.
MoD added that Afghan security forces have recently carried out a special operation under the name of ‘Bakhtawar’ for suppressing the Taliban insurgents in the province.
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