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Bulgarian military contingent in Afghanistan relocates

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The agreement between the United States and the Taliban has brought changes to NATO's mission "Resolute Support" in Afghanistan, the Chief of Defense, Admiral Emil Eftimov has told the Focus News Agency. That is why the Bulgarian contingent is being relocated from Kandahar Airport to the Dahlke base. The operation is currently underway.

Admiral Eftimov has thanked the joint command and personally U.S. General Scott Miller, who had responded to all demands made by the Bulgarian military. The Chief of Defense pointed out that safety of the contingent remains his most important task. He is confident that the Bulgarian military would successfully fulfill their mission under the current conditions.


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