Lt.-Col. Christian Lemay, an official with the Canadian contingent serving with the ISAF said that Canada has decided to continue with its training program in Afghanistan.
Post Tagged with: "ISAF"
According to a defence ministry report which was leaked to the Canadian media yesterday, a total of 34 military vehicles were destroyed during the Canadian Armed Forces’ deployment in Afghanistan so far.
Major General James Ferron, the commander of the Canadian Contribution Training Mission – Afghanistan (CCTM-A) today said that a lot of work remained to be done in Afghanistan, ahead of the proposed withdrawal.
The Canadian defence ministry announced this month that they will be reorganizing the command structure of its 68,000 strong army, in a bid to streamline its operations.
Canada requested to keep its military trainers in Afghanistan even after the planned NATO withdrawal in 2014
General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the current Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) urged Canada to consider extending the stay of its military trainers in Afghanistan.