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12 months training offered to 80 Afghan cadets in India

A one-year training program is being offered by India for 80 Afghan cadets following completion of training in several Indian military institutions. 

The Afghan embassy in India welcomed the proposal, keeping in mind, the uncertainty looming over the future of these young cadets in view of the prevailing situation in war-ravaged Afghanistan. 

The cadets of Afghan nationality will be given training under the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation Programme (ITEC) of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).  

“Eighty young Afghan cadets who recently graduated from various military academies in India have been offered a 12-month training program in Effective English Communication for Business and Office,” the Afghan embassy said in a statement. 

India had regularly provided military training to young Afghan cadets in the last few years in lines with the bilateral relations with Afghanistan. But on August 15, 2021, the Taliban toppled the Afghan government and captured the country, commencing its regime.

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