CABUL - Afghan government troops have reassigned part of Helmand province to the radical-Islamic Taliban. It is about the Nawa district. During the fighting, tens of warriors of the terrorist organization have been killed or injured. That said a spokesman for the Afghan Ministry of Defense Sunday at a press conference. The terrorist organization occupied the area since October.
A member of the provincial council of Helmand confirmed that Afghan army units have the weather in the region. He emphasized that military action is only a success if they keep control. As the Nawa region was bursting with mines, the Afghan troops slowly recovered.
The regeneration of the region is an important strategic victory for the government. Since the end of NATO's defense mission in 2014, the Taliban in large parts of Helmand is serving the service.