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Germany: 19 million dollars annually in aid for Afghanistan announced

Berlin : Germany | May 17, 2012 at 11:57 PM PDT
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Germany, in 2014, its forces from Afghanistan after the withdrawal of local security forces for the Afghan Government to an annual 19 million dollars in aid is announced.

Germany on Wednesday in Berlin the capital Chancellor mrkyl thrust on Afghan President Hamid Karzai has signed an agreement in this regard.

It should be noted that Germany, the United States and Britain after its forces in Afghanistan is the third biggest country.

Before this Australia's prime minister on Wednesday Gerald Juliahas announced that his country to Afghanistan from 2015, 10 million dollars for next three years of annual assistance by Afghan security institutions and the performance of energy will be spent on improving.

It should be remembered that the foreign forces step security responsibilities to local forces and by 2014, will go to Afghanistan.

In Afghanistan, Australia 1500 soldiers are stationed in March and he has announced that the evacuation of the official announcement of the project, a year ago by mid 2013. from Afghanistan will go.

Australian Prime minister said that Afghan forces responsibilities from the charge of the country after the special forces in Afghanistan is considered the present because according to him, MI'stability of Afghanistan, the MI'in important national interests.

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