الأحد، 10 أكتوبر، 2010

الأردن يدرب قوات الأمن الأفغانيه

الأردن يدرب قوات الأمن الأفغانيه

Jordanian Instructors Sent To Train Afghan Forces

AMMAN - A group of Jordanian military instructors was sent to Afghanistan on Oct. 3 to help train the country's security forces, the official Petra news agency reported.
"Instructors from Jordan's armed forces and security service went on Sunday to Afghanistan where they will train Afghan forces in security methods, to help them do their duty in restoring law and order there," it said.
The agency did not report how many instructors were sent.
In March, Jordan said it had been asked by NATO to train Afghan police, and said it was studying the request.
In May, Information Minister Nabil Sharif told a news conference: "Jordan has trained 2,500 members of the Afghan special forces. This was in the past. The group has completed its training and there are no trainees now."
A Jordanian military source told AFP that training took place in 2007, but declined to elaborate.
Jordan's special forces chief, Brigadier Ali Jaradat, has said in published remarks that 1,500 servicemen, including anti-terror forces, from Afghanistan and Iraq have received training at the $200 million King Abdullah II Special Operations Training Centre, which was inaugurated in May last year.
The NATO alliance, facing waning public support for the war in Afghanistan, is anxious to begin a transition next year that would have Afghan army and police take over security from U.S.-led troops in some parts of the country.
Jordan acknowledged it had a counterterrorism role in Afghanistan after the death in a January suicide bombing of a senior intelligence officer, who was also a member of the royal family.
His death along with seven U.S. Central Intelligence Agency personnel spotlighted for the first time Jordan's role in the international coalition in the war-hit country

وصلت قوات أردنيه خاصه إلى أفغانستان
لتدريب القوات الأمنيه الأفغانيه هناك على مهمات حفظ الأمن ومكافحة الأرهاب
ولم تكشف وكالة الأنباء الأردنيه التى أوردت الخبر كيف تم وصولهم إلى أفغانستان
فى شهر مارس أعلن الأردن ان حلف الناتو قدم له طلب بتدريب القوات الأمنيه الأفغانيه
وقال المسؤلين الأردنيين انهم يدرسون الطلب
وفى مايو الماضى اعلن وزير الأعلان الأردنى أن بلاده قامت بتدريب 2500 عنصر من القوات الخاصه 
الأفغانيه وقال مصدر عسكرى لوكالة فرانس برس أن التدريب تم فى عام 2007 ولكنه لم يذكر التفاصيل
وكان قائد القوات الخاصه الأردنيه أعلن انها تم تدريب 1500 عنصر من أفغانستان والعراق فى مركز الملك عبدلله
حلف الناتو الذى يواجه تراجع فى التأيد الشعبى ويواجه مشاكل كثيره فى أفغانستان حريص على تدريب قوات الأمن
الأفغانيه لتقوم بحفظ الأمن فى البلاد


ولم يقر الأردن بتعاونه مع الولايات المتحده وحلف الناتو فى مكافحة الأرهاب إلا بعد مقتل ظابط كبير فى المخابرات
الأردنيه مع سبعه من المخابرات الامريكيه فى أفغانستان أوائل العام الحالى