The Afghan National Unity Government (NUG) vowed ten important commitments to the International Community last year, but the Afghan finance minister confirmed the government leaders failure ten months later at the 20th Joint Coordination and Monitoring Board (JCMB)’s meeting for Afghans achievements.
The Executive Office says differences and lack of a regular cabinet caused the government fail to fulfill its Brussels commitments.
“The Lower house disqualified a number of ministers, a few ministers have recently been assigned and in some cases differences and all of these caused for the failure of the government,” said Feraydoun Khozan, Executive Office Press counsel.
After the Brussels summit, Afghanistan witnessed challenging days in terms of politics, security and economy; however, the International Community ignored the country’s failure and once again declared support.
“We should not give up to terrorist activities and must stand against them. We gathered in this summit to show we are moving forward. This is the best answer we can give to terrorists,” said Tadamichi Yamamoto, UN Secretary-General for Afghanistan.
Afghan Parliament Members consider the unsolved differences between National Unity Government leaders the main reason for failure in fulfilling these commitments.
“The donor countries may rethink about their assistances if their conditions not fulfilled,” said Dawood Kalakani, Parliament Member said.
During the 20th Joint Coordination and Monitoring Board meeting, President Ghani promised two other important commitments; first, providing full security of Kabul up to next six months and second to standardize the Ministry of Defense. However, Afghan analysts believe that the government won’t succeed in these two commitments.