"Ninteen Afghani trainees, from military and civil mind-sweeping organisations will be trained as a part of trust building measures under the Istanbul Process on Afghanistan. After training, participants will play an active role in sweeping mines and promoting post-war reconstruction in Afghanistan, Xinhua reported."
Beijing, April 29 - China has begun training for mine-sweeping exercises to be later carried out in Afghanistan, with the international humanitarian mine-sweeping communication and training for the South Asian country commencing in Jiangsu province Monday.

Ninteen Afghani trainees, from military and civil mind-sweeping organisations will be trained as a part of trust building measures under the Istanbul Process on Afghanistan. After training, participants will play an active role in sweeping mines and promoting post-war reconstruction in Afghanistan, Xinhua reported.

Afghanistan is one of the most mine-affected countries in the world.


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