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29.6.2020 Interior ministry takes note of State Department report on child abuse
Following the US State Department's annual report on human trafficking and
child abuse and "Bachabazi" among Afghan security forces, the Interior
Ministry said it would prevent the recruitment of minors into the police

The Interior Ministry said in a statement issued Sunday, June 28, that it
had read the report of the US State Department and "has taken practical
steps in this regard to the previous series of reforms."

The Interior Ministry said in a statement that the ministry had set up an
agency called the Department of Homeland Security to monitor the behavior
of police and prevent the recruitment of children.

The Interior Ministry said in a statement that in order to identify
details of the police force, it had set up an "EPS" system, which would
prevent anyone under the age of 18 from joining police.

According to the Ministry of Interior, 80% of the officials of the
Ministry of Interior have registered in this system so far. The statement
said that the reform process in the ranks of the national police forces is
continuing in earnest.

The State Department said in its annual report on human trafficking that
"there have been ongoing reports of child molestation, but officers have
never been prosecuted.

The report said that the Afghan Ministry of Interior and the National
Directorate of Security (NDS) had always denied the allegations, saying
that minors had not been recruited as soldiers.

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