Afghan government will soon introduce four new ministers to the parliament for approval, sources told 1TV Monday.
The move is expected after Afghan parliament disqualified seven ministers in November last year and some others have resigned.
According to sources, three new members of the Supreme Court will also be announced soon.
The new faces which will be nominated for ministerial positions by the government will not be from security sector and will replace mostly caretakers, sources said.
The president will also decide on changes in the security sector following the upcoming nomination, the sources added.
This comes as the European Union recently urged the Afghan government to immediately appoint minister of mines and petroleum to normalize the mining sector.