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UAE to train Afghan airport employees on new equipment

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UAE to train Afghan airport employees on new equipment

A contract has been signed between The Ministry of Transport and Aviation and a (UAE) United Arab Emirates firm for training both Kabul and Kandahar airport employees for employing new equipments.

Over the past three years some modern flight safety equipments had been installed at the two airports funded by an Arab International company.

The UAE-funded equipments worth $2 million facilitated in bringing the airports to international standards and serve as major aviation hubs.

During the six-month contract agreement, the UAE firm will train employees of the both Kabul/Kandahar airports on how to ensure the safety of flights and use of the new technology.

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