Five Afghan army officers and 46 soldiers took refuge in Pakistan

Five Afghan army officers and 46 soldiers took refuge in Pakistan

Five Afghan army officers and 46 soldiers took refuge in Pakistan

The Pakistan Army has provided shelter and safe passage to 46 Afghan Army soldiers and five officers in Pakistan following the necessary military procedures.

According to the Inter Service Public Relations Department (ISPR), the local commander of the Afghan National Army contacted the Pakistan Army in the Arundo sector of Chitral. 

The Afghan National Army requested a safe passage for 46 soldiers, including five officers.

According to ISPR, the 46 Afghan soldiers and five officers have been given asylum and safe passage in Pakistan after undergoing necessary military procedures.

According to ISPR, food and necessary medical assistance have also been provided to Afghan soldiers. According to ISPR, after the necessary process, they will be handed over to the Afghan authorities in a dignified manner. It may be recalled that on July 1, 35 Afghan soldiers had sought refuge with the Pakistani army at the border. 

The officers were also handed over to Afghan authorities after being granted safe haven.

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