Afghan police stations in Badghis get winter equipment

The delivered equipment at an Afghan police station

Five Afghan police stations in the Qal’eh-ye Now district of Afghanistan’s northwestern province of Badghis received necessary winter equipment recently.  According to a NATO news release today, “The equipment consisted of 145 winter coats, 36 pairs of winter shoes, 145 pairs of boots, 145 pairs of gloves, 80 winter hats, 105 blankets, five heaters and two tents.” The delivery of the equipment was made to the stations by the members of the Spanish Police Operation Mentoring Liaison Team. “This contribution will significantly improve the working condition of our officers,” Afghan National Police Col. Golan Navi said. Navi, who is the main police station operations chief in Qal’eh-ye Now, was the one that had made the request for the equipment.

November 23, 2010 · admin · No Comments
Posted in: Reconstruction and Development, Security in Afghanistan

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