PRESIDENT’S WORDS

We will not witness enduring peace unless a strong state is established in the society. Strong state doesn’t mean personal power, but rule of law, implementation of the Constitution and ensuring equality of each Afghan with another Afghan.

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ARG HISTORY

Kabul, a city of ancient history which had been a home for kings and crowns. In the past, a wall, which still its remainders exist, enclosed the city with six entrance gates. Each of the doors were known with a certain name…

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The President's Words

  • We will not witness enduring peace unless a strong state is established in the society. Strong state doesn’t mean personal power, but rule of law, implementation of the Constitution and ensuring equality of each Afghan with another Afghan.

  • After murder of innocents, no guilt is heavier than infliction of fear on divine worshipers and their deprivation from necessary security and peace intended for fulfilling religious obligations. Individuals, preventing Muslims from fulfillment of Islamic rituals in the Islamic society, are in open enmity with the religion and …

  • We need to have an election with full transparency and in an atmosphere of fair, equal and just competition among all candidates, therefore, it is required to strongly and decisively prevent any interference by government officials, including district governors, police chief commanders, governors and all levels of government and other stakeholders

  • Ambiguities are solved; capability of our forces has been proven to the world; our people’s trust in them has been consolidated, and our forces are turning the tide of war in favor of themselves. These are all achieved as a result of sacrifices paid by Afghanistan’s National Defense and Security Forces

  • As disrupting the social contract between the citizen and the state through an all-out attack on freedoms embodied in the creation of the nation state and the international system is the core objective of the Fifth Wave, mobilization of the state system at all levels is crucial to defeating and destroying this wave of violence against citizens and states.

  • What is our fundamental problem that people, private sector and government cannot assemble? Our problems are corruption, lack of commitment, not taking the time serious, and culture of being boss…

  • The key to our success lies primarily in our ability to transform the culture of the state from entrenched corruption to a citizen-centered governance system.

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    Some (countries) in the region export terrorism, but our three countries’ – Afghanistan, Iran and India – export is hope, trust and cooperation. Meantime, this is our message that the entire region can take part in this joint cooperation and connectivity. Central Asia, Europe and China are parts of this vision and shared determination.