Afghan chief executive office in a press release said that some Afghan political leaders and figures held a meeting in Sepidar Palace (where Chief Executive Office is located) chaired by Dr. Abdullah today and urged that all political agreements of NUG has to be implemented.
They have also expressed their supports for Afghan chief executive’s plans and attitudes and emphasized on reforms in Afghan political system. According to press release.
The meeting was attended by deputies to Afghan chief executive Mohammad Khan and Mohammad Mohaqiq, minister of foreign affairs Salahuddin Rabbani, Balkh acting governor Ata Noor, former interior minister Bismillah Mohammdi, former NDS chief Amrullah Saleh, minister for Justice Abdul Basir Anwar and a few other political figures at Sepidar Palace.
The comments from Afghanistan CEO comes after the two top leaders Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani reportedly entered a dispute with each other.
President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani came under a sharp criticism from CE Abdullah in a meeting with Afghan youths on Thursday, where Dr. Abdullah said “he who has no mood for talks, is not qualified to be a president.”
CE Abdullah also blamed President Ghani of implementing “monopolism”.
Presidential Palace in a statement reacted to the comments and cited President Ghani as saying “those who find their benefits in danger when fighting corruption, accuse me of implementing monopolism.”