ستر جنرال عبدالرحيم وردګ د عبدالغني وردګ زوی دي چې په ۱۳۲۳ هجري لمریز کال کې دمیدان وردګو په ولایت کې نړۍ ته سترګې پرانیستې،د ملي دفاع وزير ، محمد ظاهر شاه پلوی او پخوانی پوځي افسر دی .
جنرال وردګ د رباني په وخت کې د جنګسالار سيد احمد ګيلاني په تنظيم کې غړيتوب درلود او وروسته يې د امريکا استخباراتي کړيو ته جاسوسي پيل کړه.
ښاعلي وردګ دحبیبیې له لیسې څخه له فارغیدو وروسته په حربي پوهنتون کې شامل او دخپلو لوړو زده کړو ددوام لپاره یې دمصر او دامریکا دمتحده ایالاتو هېوادونو ته سفرونه وکړل.
ستر جنرال عبدالرحیم وردګ خپلې لوړې زده کړې په پیاده مسلک، دښوونې اوروزنې په میتودیک، پراشوت، کماندو، موټردار، دمخابرې اوالکترونیک دکورسونو په لوستلو سره سرته رسولي او ارکان حربي یې دامریکا له متحده ایالاتو او دمصر دعلیا ناصر له اکادمۍ څخه ترلاسه کړې ده.
- د امريکا څخه د ارکانحرب تر درجې پورې خپله زده کړه سر ته رسولې.
- د جهاد په کلونو کې د سيد احمد ګيلاني په تنظيم ملي محاذ کې د نظامي مرستيال په توګه دندې ترسره کړي .
- په افغانستان کې د اسلامي لومړي حکومت په مهال چې جهادي ډلې په خپل منځي جګړو بوختې شوې، د دفاع د وزير د مرستيال په توګه يې خپلې دندې پريښودې او دباندې ولاړ ځکه چې د جګړې دواړې خواوې د هيواد ملي ګټو پرخلاف عمل کاوه.
source in Pashto
General Abdul Rahim Wardak (عبدالرحیم وردگ) (born in 1945 in Wardak, Afghanistan) was the Defense Minister of Afghanistan. He was appointed on December 23, 2004 by Afghan President Hamid Karzai. Before this appointment, Wardak was the deputy Defense Minister to the former minister, Mohammed Fahim. During the 1980s Soviet war in Afghanistan, Wardak had been a national Mujahideen resistance leader who fought the Soviet forces. He is an ethnic Pashtun from the Wardak province. His diplomacy has been instrumental in promoting ethnic reconciliation due to his lineage from tribal chieftains with strong Pashtun relationships with all ethnic groups of the country. He is fluent in Pashto, Dari (Persian), and English.
General Wardak has testified in front of the U.S. Congress, and his counsel is regularly sought, on how to stabilize the Afghanistan-Pakistan region. He met with Richard Holbrooke in 2009, the U.S. special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan,to discuss security with NATO's defense ministersand NATO's supreme allied commander for Europe, U.S. General John Craddock.His on-the-ground knowledge of Afghanistan is widely respected. vote of no confidence from the Afghan Parliament.
In 2009, General Wardak spoke at a Washington think tank, Center for a New American Security, where he said "changing course, adopting a new strategy of containment or dropping the idea of a strong central government will be falling into the trap the enemy has laid, helping them to achieve their evil objectives."He signed an accord with NATO commanders for better cooperation and coordination in counter-terrorism operations.August 2012, Wardak resigned after receiving
Wardak, son of Abdul Ghani, was born in the Wardak Province of Afghanistan in 1945. He attended Habibia High School in Kabul, and after graduating there he joined the Cadet University. He completed further studies in the United States and at the Ali Naser Academy in Cairo, Egypt. He has served as a Lecturer in the Cadet University and was Assistant of Protocol of the Ministry of Defense. He then served with the Mujahideen, as a military assistant officer in the Mahaz-e-Milli, as military assistant of the Trilateral Unity, and as a member of Itehad-e-Mujahidin and commander of the Jihadi fronts of Mahaz-e-Milli.
After the fall of the Najibullah regime in 1992, Wardak was a member of the Security Committee of Kabul City, Chief of the Army Staff, Director of the Military Officers' Society, Director of the Education Commission, member of the National Army Commission, Deputy Defence Minister, Director of Disarmament Programme and Director of Reform of the National Army.
In April 2005, just 3 years after the fall of the Taliban regime, the Afghan Minister of Defense, General Abdul Rahim Wardak addressed a group of listeners at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London.
In his address the Minister focused on the importance of the Afghan National Army in recreating Afghanistan, some of the requirements for international community engagement, and finally a summary of the current administration's vision to "create a stable, secure and prosperous Afghanistan."
On February 28, 2011, General Abdul Rahim Wardak was interviewed by Charlie Rose from 1 to 2 p.m. on a plethora of subjects regarding present and future problems affecting Afghanistan and gave clear and concise answers to all questions.
General Abdul Rahim Wardak has survived an assassination attack at the gate of Kabul International Airport in September 2005. It occurred when he had just left his car to go inside the airport for a trip to the Panjshir Province. Four bullets hit "the exact place where the defence minister had been sitting in the car," Afghan defense ministry spokenab Gen Azimi said. "It is clear that it was an assassination attempt on the defense minister," Afghan defense ministry spokesman said.
Fighting terrorism and narcotics
Nearly two and half years ago before the US counterinsurgency strategy in place in Iraq today had worked, in a 2007 meeting with former Vice President Cheney, General Wardak recommended a regional approach to fight terrorism and narcotics in Afghanistan.
His plan consisted of the following points:
- "Shutting down the sources of terrorist motivation, financing and training"
- "...methods of enhancing the capacity of the Afghan National Army and the Afghan National Police to be permanently present in villages that have been threatened by terrorist incursions and cross-border infiltrations"
- "...military action must be joined with long-term reconstruction and development assistance to defeat terrorism in Afghanistan."
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