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Australia to pay more attention to Uruzgan development

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Australia to pay more attention to Uruzgan development

Australia’s special representative, Ric Smith, promised to focus more on the development of central Uruzgan province on his fifth visit to the central Uruzgan province on Saturday.

Mr. Smith said that he has conferred prioritization of projects in the wake of security transition with Uruzgan Governor Amir Mohammad Akhundzada.

After the transmission of the third tranche of the security, Afghan forces would provide security for 75% of the population of the central province, including all the districts.

Currently, 1,550 Australian solders are combating Taliban insurgency and aiding the reconstruction effort in Uruzgan.

Smith’s trip was reflective of the special attention Australian had been giving to the development of the province.


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