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UPDATED: 09:12, June 15, 2007
Polish troops assumes duties for two provinces in Afghanistan
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The Polish Combat Group has assumed responsibility for two provinces in Afghanistan, spokesman of the Poland's Defense Ministry Jaroslaw Rybak said Thursday.

Polish troops will be responsible for the provinces of Ghazni and Paktika.

On Thursday commander of the combat group Lieutenant Colonel Adam Strek took over duties from commander of a U.S. battalion Lieutenant Colonel David J. Woods, Polish PAP news agency reported.

The Polish Combat Group, composed of three teams, has been the last element of the Polish Military Contingent in Afghanistan to attain combat readiness.

Poland has sent over 1,000 soldiers to join the NATO-led ISAF peace-keeping force in Afghanistan.

Source: Xinhua


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