US Parliament approves USD 5.7bn for strengthening Afghan forces
The conference called an independent assessment of the size and structure of the Afghan National Security Force necessary for the forces to be able to ensure that Afghanistan never again served as a safe haven for terrorists.
It provided $200 million for the Commanders’ Emergency Response Program (CERP) to fund small-scale humanitarian projects that would help secure the support of the Afghan people and another $350 million for the Afghanistan Infrastructure Fund.
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