• publish: 31 January 2021
  • time: 11:20 am
  • category: Politics
  • No: 16795
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President Ghani chairs special 7:30 a.m. security meeting

President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, on Saturday, chaired the 7:30 a.m. security meeting, the Presidential Press office reported yesterday.

The meeting which was held at the National Security Council office and attended by the country’s First Vice-President, Amrullah Saleh and the National Security Advisor, Dr. Hamdullah Mohib, beside Kabul-Bamyan security plan, also conferred on security issues of the country’s 34 provinces, the palace said in a statement.

The NSA shared the reports about security plans in all 34 provinces of the country, including Kabul-Bamyan security plan, and said that the decision has helped reforms brought at the civil and military areas and that for any of the security plan, there was a list provided to follow the commitments in any fields, the statement added.

“Changes in all fields including those of the districts-level police chiefs and other civil areas, have caused wide positive changes and helped gap diminished between the people and the government,” said the statement quoting NSA Mohib.

The president commended the security efforts brought at the district levels and said that this would be good news for a better security future in the country.

He said that this was the first time that coordination has come in the civil and military areas and that feeling ownership was good news for the future.

The president said that following and operating the Kabul-Bamyan security plan, has created momentum and helping the country’s security and defense forces morale rise.

He said in his telephonic conversation with the U.S. State Secretary, they vowed to remain alongside the Afghan security and defense forces in war on terror, praised their sacrifices and assured of fulfilling their commitment as an important partner with Afghanistan.

The president added that all suggestions and offers towards the process of the implementation of decisions at the provincial and district level’s civil and military issues, would be addressed.

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