| WASHINGTON, March 23 (KUNA) -- Pentagon Chief Chuck Hagel on Saturday spoke with Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai over the US hand-over of the detention facility in Parwan to Afghan control.
What does DFIP stand for?
DFIP stands for Detention Facility in Parwan (Afghanistan)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
According to the report, US said a few are still confined at the Detention Facility in Parwan, which will be turned over to the Afghan government.
The US State Department characterized the detainees held since 2008 as "enemy combatants" in a report sent every four years to the United Nations in Geneva, and said that a few are still confined at the Detention Facility in Parwan, which will be turned over to the Afghan government.
Officially known as Detention Facility in Parwan, after the surrounding province, the prison will replace that now run by only 200 guards in the centre of Bagram, a rapidly growing garrison city of 24,000.
The US possesses a major interrogation and intelligence operation at the detention facility in Parwan, north of Kabul, and any agreement would have to outline a gradual transition of that capability.