Addressing the United Nations General Assembly on Afghanistan Resolution in New York on Tuesday, Abdullah said: “There is no good or bad terrorists or violent extremists.”
“We need to agree to fight all forms and sheds of terror, we can’t and should no longer harbor or support to one group while fight another in claim to be fighting terrorism in all its dimensions,” he said.
Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Maleeha Lodhi said that her country has offered “unprecedented” hospitality and support to the Afghan people in the past several decades of their “travail and tragedy” and continued to host about three million Afghan refugee for over three decades.
“Unfortunately the long war in Afghanistan continues, over the last year the security situation in Afghanistan is deteriorated further with violent and insurgent attacks across the country,” she said.
The Permanent Representative of Germany to the United Nations, Christoph Heusgen, meanwhile, said that together with partners, Germany will continue to support Afghanistan ,”NATO will continue to support your country with the Resolute Support mission to try to gain stabilize peace and stability in your country,” he said.
Afghan Chief Executive at UNGA also pointed out about reforms in elections, he stressed that the parliamentary election will be held in 2018, followed by the presidential elections in 2019.