Kabul to come under high-tech security cameras with $100m NATO funds: Saleh

Afghanistan’s government has announced to cover the capital Kabul city with high-tech security cameras as crimes and security threats increase on a daily basis.

Amrullah Saleh, the first vice-president of Afghanistan has said in a statement that Kabul city will be covered by the security cameras.

According to Saleh, the project might cost 100 million dollars which will be funded by the Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan.

This comes as the security situation in Kabul city has recently got worst due to an increase in crimes and violence.

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