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President Ghani, Imran Khan Discuss Peace via Phone

President Ashraf Ghani on Thursday spoke with Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan via telephone, the Presidential Palace said in a statement. During the phone call, the two sides have discussed Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process and bilateral cooperation, the statement added. According to the statement, Ghani invited Khan to visit …

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Ghani Blames Taliban for Recent Tragedy in Kabul

President Ashraf Ghani blames the Taliban insurgent group for all ongoing violence in Afghanistan. Speaking during the introduction ceremony of two anti-Taliban figures as Afghan defense and interior ministers, Ghani said that Taliban cannot distance themselves from the recent attack on civilians in Kabul. “Peace is a complicated process and …

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Khalilzad Departs to Moscow Following Meeting NUG Leaders

The U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad visited Kabul on Thursday where he met with President Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah. “The discussion centered on his regional engagement and Afghan preparations for negotiations to reach a political settlement to the conflict,” the U.S. Embassy in Kabul …

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Ghani Inaugurates Kapisa Power Project

President Ashraf Ghani on Wednesday inaugurated Gul Bahar sub-station in Mahmoud Raqi, the capital of Kapisa province. The Presidential Palace in a statement said that the sub-station will provide electricity for 30,000 families in the province. The statement added that President Ghani inaugurated the project in the presence of local …

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Afghans Mock Ghani’s Meritocracy in Appointing High-Ranking Officials

A number of Afghans are mocking President Ashraf Ghani’s meritocracy in appointing high-ranking officials, urging the government to appoint individuals based on their proficiency. The issue went viral on social networks after a newly appointed governor said he was farming in his province when informed about his appointment as governor …

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