Japan and three other major donor countries pledged Saturday to continue to support Afghanistan’s efforts to rebuild at a conference in Tokyo.

The four countries unveiled an aid package totaling $50.7 million that is designed to help Afghan soldiers leave the military and rejoin society as civilians. The money being provided covers the budget for the first year of the three-year program.

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