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CE Abdullah Optimistic about Tashkent Conference

The Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah has expressed optimism over the progress and result of a two-day international conference on Afghan Peace talks in Uzbekistan’s capital Tashkent. “Following the second Kabul peace conference, we hope that the Tashkent international conference can help Afghanistan to reach a stable peace and prosperity,” Abdullah …

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Abdullah Reacts to Recent Remarks by Atta Noor

Afghanistan’s Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah on Monday reacted to recent remarks by Atta Mohammad Noor, the ousted Balkh governor, saying his silence doesn’t mean he is not having answers. “If we are not responding to every comments, it should not be considered that we are not having answers. It is …

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 CE Abdullah Supports Delay in E-ID Cards Rollout

Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah on Monday expressed support for the postponement of distributing electronic National Identity Cards (e-NICs), insisting that the rollout process of the cards depends on people’s satisfaction. Abdullah said that they have been engaged with Wolesi Jirga (Lower House of parliament) to discuss the political and legal …

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Abdullah Apologizes for NUG Failure in Promoting Women’s Participation

Afghanistan Chief Executive, Abdullah Abdullah, has apologized for the failure of the National Unity Government (NUG) in promoting women’s participation and presence in governmental institutions. Speaking in a conference held for women’s empowerment, he accepted that the government has lost many opportunities for improving the country’s situation and further noted …

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Afghan Chief Executive Meets NATO SG Jens Stoltenberg

The National Unity Government Chief Executive, Abdulla Abdullah met NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg in the margins of Halifax International Security Forum. The Chief Executive left the country last week, November 14, to attend Halifax International Security Forum 2017 and the United Nation General Assembly. He is supposed to deliver …

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