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Visit to Afghanistan


Afghanistan
January 11, 2006

Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Tom Schweich visited Afghanistan January 10-12, 2006, to monitor INLís counternarcotics and police training programs there. State Dept. photos

Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Tom Schweich chats with General Abdul Razaq Amiri (grey suit), Commander of the Afghanistan Eradication Force.
Deputy Assistant Secretary Schweich chats with General Abdul Razaq Amiri (grey suit), Commander of the Afghanistan Eradication Force.

Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Tom Schweich talks with U.S. local staff at the base in Kandahar province where air support is being provided to Afghan crop reduction workers.
Deputy Assistant Secretary Schweich talks with U.S. local staff at the base in Kandahar province where air support is being provided to Afghan crop reduction workers.

Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Tom Schweich inspects a regional civilian police training center supported with U.S. foreign assistance.
Deputy Assistant Secretary Schweich inspects a regional civilian police training center supported with U.S. foreign assistance.


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