Youth gathered to join Afghan army

Youth gathered to join Afghan army
Violence continues unabated in Afghanistan, which is facing a state of war. Now the youth of the country have come forward to face this ongoing conflict with the Taliban. On Sunday, 5 thousand youth were present in Kabul to join the army. These youths had appeared in the entrance examination of the National Military Academy. The test takers included both boys and girls and are said to have entered the Marshal Fahim National Military and Defense University in Kabul. Khama Press gave this information. Let us tell you that yesterday, a statement of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani came out in which he appealed to the whole country to come together against the Taliban. Now 5 thousand youth have come forward to join the army.

General Wali Muhammad Ahmadzai, Chief of Staff of the Afghan Army, was also present at the examination center and commended these youths who came forward to join the Afghan army in such a dire situation. "I want to thank all of you for defending Afghanistan, coming against the enemies of our country in such a dire situation," the army chief said.

Meanwhile, the Taliban captured an Afghan TV office in the southwestern Afghan city of Lashkargah, the capital of Helmand province, amid intense conflict with Afghan government forces.

According to the Afghan Foreign Ministry, the Taliban have captured 193 district centers and 19 border districts. The Taliban also took control of 10 border crossing points across the country in Takhar, Kunduz, Badakhshan, Herat and Farah provinces, completely shutting down cross-border movement and trade in these areas.

Earlier, the ministry further revealed that since April 14, around 4,000 ANDSF personnel have been killed, over 7,000 injured and around 1,600 captured by the Taliban. More than 2,000 civilians, including women and children, were killed in the violence, while 2,200 were injured.

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