EU allocates 95mn Euro for Afghan National Police
The European Union (EU) has earmarked 95mn Euro for salary payments to the Afghan National Police (ANP), a core part of the Afghan security forces that have taken up many operational duties as the foreign troops are schedule to withdraw.
Milko Van Gaul, in charge of Development Cooperation for the European Union, urged the government to ensure transparent dispersing of the money.
Being the third largest aid provider for the Afghan Ministry of Defense, the EU has donated a total of USD 592mn to the ANP so far.
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