Kunduz province is one of the northeastern provinces of Afghanistan. Its capital is Kunduz, which is one of the most important commercial and port cities of Afghanistan. Kunduz province has a population of more than 900 or 970 thousand people, about 70% of whom earn their livelihood from livestock and agriculture. And this province has eight districts, and the largest district is Imam Sahib.
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Kunduz is derived from the Persian word Khandaj, which means "ancient city" and has become Kunduz over time.
Main article: History of Afghanistan
Ambassador of Kunduz at the court of Emperor Yuan Liang in Jiangzhou 2–2 AD.
About 3,000 German troops are stationed in Kunduz province as part of the Provincial Reconstruction Group (PRT) of ISAF-NATO forces. The province enjoyed relative calm until 2009, when Taliban insurgents infiltrated the area. 
On September 4, 2009, a German NATO commander ordered the bombing of two oil tankers by the Taliban in the Aliabad area of Kunduz province. More than 90 people were killed in an airstrike by an American fighter jet on two tankers, including 40 civilians gathered around the tankers.  
According to statistics from 2008, Tajiks make up 27%, Pashtuns 33%, Uzbeks 20%, Turkmen 11%, Hazaras 6% and Mosquitoes 1%. 94% are Sunnis and 6% are Shiites. The literacy rate is 22% and 18% of households have access to electricity. 
According to other statistics, Pashtuns make up 34%, Uzbeks 27%, Tajiks 20%, Turkmen 9.4%, Hazaras 6%, Arabs 4.6%, and a small number of Mosquitoes, Baluchis and Nuristanis in the region. They have a body.