January 10 2011
The Dutch Cabinet has agreed to plans for a new military training mission in Afghanistan, reports Deutsche Presse-Agentur.
The plan calls for as many as 545 personnel to provide training to security and police personnel until 2014. German troops are expected to provide security for the mission.
The plan requires approval by the Parliament, where the coalition government does not have a majority.
The government also said it has decided to leave four F-16 fighters and the...
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