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Hungary to pull out of Afghanistan this week

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Hungarian soldiers posted in Afghanistan are going to return home during this ongoing week. An official farewell ceremony held in Mazar-e-Sharif recently had witnessed the lowering of the Hungarian flag in the camp of the East European nation’s Defence Forces Provincial Reconstruction Team. This ceremony had formally marked the withdrawal of the country’s troops from the war-torn Afghanistan.While inspecting his country’s contingents in Afghanistan, the Hungarian Minister of Defence, Csaba Hende, said: “The international community and the Afghan people both highly appreciate the Hungarian soldiers’ performance, which will be of great weight in considering Hungary’s future role in Afghanistan.”

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