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IEA committed to support Afghan athletes: PM Mawlavi Kabir

KABUL: The Acting Prime Minister and the Deputy PM for Political Affairs of the Islamic Emirate Mawlavi Abdul Kabir met with the officials of the General Directorate of Physical Education & Sports and members of the National Football Federation Team of the country, PM office said in a statement the other day. Pointing to the necessary preparations for the upcoming tournament, the members of the National Football Federation, assured that they are fully prepared and will participate in the 2023 Central Asian Championship Cup (CAFA), with great spirit and good preparations, the statement said. The 2023 CAFA Nations Cup will be held with the participation of Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, and Afghanistan, as well as invited guests Oman in Tashkent and Bishkek from 10 to 20 June, according to the statement. Meanwhile, Head Coach of the country’s national football team Abdullah Al Mutairi, said that the football’s affairs without any deficiency, are carried out in accordance with FIFA’s standards, the statement added. “With the full cooperation of the Islamic Emirate and tireless efforts of the members of the team, considerable achievement beyond Asian tournaments will be recorded for the country,” the statement quoted Mutairi as saying. Also, Head of the country’s National Football Federation Yousuf Kargar said that the football team has played 14 games in the past two years, which they had won most of the games. Addressing the meeting, PM Mawlavi Kabir, said:” You are the honor of the country, and efforts of Afghan youths towards the development and prosperity of the country in various grounds are appreciable,” the statement quoted. PM Kabir further added that the IEA was always committed to support the country’s athletes and provide them with any necessary facilities in the country. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.