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UPDATED: 17:26, October 04, 2006
Afghanistan enjoys priority in Polish international program: Polish FM
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Polish Foreign Minister Anna Fotyga said that Afghanistan enjoys a priority in the Polish program of international cooperation for development, reported the PAP news agency on Tuesday.

She made the remarks during her talks with visiting Afghan Foreign Minister Rangin Dadfar Spanta on bilateral political and economic cooperation, said the report.

Fotyga introduced Poland's recent decision to increase the Polish contingent for the peace-keeping forces of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Afghanistan to over 1,000 from February 2007.

The two also discussed the current security situation in Afghanistan.

Currently, Poland has 100 soldiers in Afghanistan.

Source: Xinhua

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