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Ghani approves Takhar ex-governor as deputy for National Security Council

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Khaama Press
Khaama Press
Khaama Press is a Kabul-based independent and non-political news organization established in 2010.

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has approved the appointment of the former governor of northeastern Takhar province Major General Mohammad Yasin Zia as the deputy for the national Security Council.

The Office of the Chief of Staff of the President in a statement said Maj. General Zia’s appointment as the deputy of the national security for the armed forces was proposed to President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani.

The statement further added that the proposal of the national Security Council regarding Maj. General Zia’s appointment has been approved by President Ghani.

According to Office of the Chief of Staff of the President, recommendations regarding the promotion of Mr. Zia’s rank from Major General to Lieutenant General has been also been approved.

Gen. Zia has worked in various government fields during the past several years including as the provincial governor in some provinces.

He also served as the deputy head of the Afghan intelligence, national directorate of security in the past.

His last post in the government was in northeastern Takhar province where he was serving as the provincial governor of the province.

Zia was appointed for the post by the government in the year 2015 but due to unknown reasons he stepped down from the post.

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