Afghan leader issues ban on private security firms

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - Afghanistan's president has issued a decree formalizing a four-month deadline for private security companies to disband.

The decree issued Tuesday says that private security contractors working in Afghanistan will have to either join the Afghan police force or cease operations.

The decree provides an exception for private security firms working inside compounds used by embassies, international organizations and all non-governmental organizations.
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