President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani discussed the recent security developments in Ghazni province during a video teleconference attended by senior military and civilian officials.
The Office of the President, ARG Palace, in a statement said the governor of Ghazni, commander o 203rd Thunder Corps, Police Commander of the 303rd Spinghar Zone, Ghazni Police Chief, and the National Directorate of Security Chief had also participated in the video teleconference and shared their reports regarding the security and social situation of Ghazni to the President.
The provincial governor of Ghazni shared information regarding the resumption of the activities of administrative institutions as well as the process of delivering aid to the needy people.
He said all telecom companies have started their operations and the health clinics and water distribution network are active and fully operational.
According to ARG Palace, the senior deputy interior minister for security, Afghan army chief of staff, the Afghan intelligence chief, and the director of the independent directorate of local governance also shared information regarding their activities, developments, and challenges they face in Ghazni province.
In his turn, President Ghani hailed the Afghan forces for their bravery and instructed the relevant authorities to step up efforts to respond to the issues of the residents of the province.
He also added that the national defense and security forces have always defended from the territorial integrity and people in difficult situations as he emphasized that the armed forces are thwarting the enemies’ plots with high morale and have support from all sects of the country.