Danish Prime Minister Stresses On Her Government’s Long-term Assistance To Afghanistan

Sunday, January 22, 2012
Lashkargah (BNA) Denmark is continuing its assistance to Afghanistan. 
The statement was made in a meeting with Mohammad Gulab Mangal on Friday during her trip to Helmand province. 
After meeting with Helmand governor, Danish prime minister participated in a joint conference and said, “Her trip to the province aims at evaluating of the transition process and meeting with civil and military officials based in the province.” 
She said Denmark would also continue its civil assistance to Afghanistan beyond 2014. 
Considering the transition process in the province as an important step, the Danish prime minister said Denmark would support the process. 
In this news conference Mohammad Gulb Mangal, governor of Helmand praised Denmark for its assistance to Helmand in various sectors. 
Governor of Helmand said the Danish prime minister has stressed on her country’s civil assistance to the province in various sectors. 
Denmark has nearly 740 soldiers based in Grishk district of the province.

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