Report of the AIRTF mentioned on page 18 of the Afghanistan Inquiry Implementation Oversight Panel Final Report to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister For Defence of November 2023

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Dear Department of Defence,

Please provide the Report of the AIRTF mentioned on page 18 of the Afghanistan Inquiry Implementation Oversight Panel Final Report to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister For Defence of November 2023

Yours faithfully,

James Smith

FOI Case Management, Department of Defence

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Please provide the Report of the AIRTF mentioned on page 18 of the
Afghanistan Inquiry Implementation Oversight Panel Final Report to the
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister For Defence of November 2023.

 

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