Thousands of military vehicles and equipment have disappeared in Helmand police headquarters
Reporter: Imran Khorasani
12,000 ammunition and more than 1,100 armored vehicles have disappeared from the Helmand police headquarters in southern Afghanistan.
The Peak Research Center has published a research report: More than 12,000 light weapons and more than 1,100 military vehicles (ordinary and armored), hundreds of thousands of mortars and ammunition have disappeared from the Helmand police headquarters in southern Afghanistan.
NATO troops have been involved in the fight against international terrorism in Afghanistan for the past six years. Most of the equipment, weapons, ammunition and ammunition of these soldiers have been shipped to Afghanistan over the past one and a half decades.
Afghanistan spends $ 11.5 billion annually on military spending, which the Pentagon has donated more than $ 76 billion since 2002 to provide weapons, communications and other military equipment to the Afghan army and police.
“But it is clear that this money was written from the US budget in the name of Afghanistan and has been looted by certain circles in the United States. They have put their own price on the old and used weapons.