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The armed forces of the Kabul government reached 500,000

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The armed forces of the Kabul government reached 500,000

Thursday March 7, 2024, 10:58 AM Last Updated Thursday March 7, 2024, 10:58 AM Bam Dunya

Afghanistan (Ummt News) Afghanistan’s Army Chief Fasihuddin Fitrat has said that the US still controls Afghanistan’s airspace.

In an interview with Tolo News, the Chief of Army Staff of the Afghan Ministry of Defense, Fasihuddin Fitr, said that American planes continue to violate Afghanistan’s airspace. Its drones continue to fly through Afghan airspace.

Fasihuddin Fitrat dismissed the reports of the arrest of some people belonging to the army of the former regime as false and said that nothing like this happened, no action was taken against anyone. No one has been arrested, tortured or prosecuted under any charge. Yes, if someone has committed a crime, then there is no forgiveness for them.

Fasihuddin Fitrat said that the number of personnel working under Afghanistan’s Ministry of Interior, Intelligence and Ministry of Defense is 500,000, while the combat forces consist of 172,000 people.

The Afghan Chief of Staff said that when the Taliban regained power, it was decided that the army would consist of 200,000 people. We are slowly moving towards it.

In response to a question, Fasihuddin Fitrat said that the clashes with the Pakistani forces on the border took place at the same time when the Pakistani forces violated the border.

In response to another question, Fasihuddin Fitrat said that the information about the sale of American weapons in Afghanistan is also not true because we ourselves have a problem with weapons, so we cannot allow anyone to sell weapons stolen by the Americans.

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