British PM praises Afghan government’s ant-corruption effort
KABUL (Pajhwok): New British Prime Minister Theresa May and President Ashraf Ghani during a telephonic conversation discussed bilateral relations and other issues of mutual interests, the Presidential Palace said on Sunday.
May praised the Afghan government’s efforts at countering administrative corruption and pledged support to the war-torn country, the palace said in a statement.
She assured President Ghani in the telephonic talks that the United Kingdom (UK) would honour pledges and promises her country made with the Afghan government at the Warsaw Summit.
She also said the UK supported the Afghan government’s initiatives at institutionalizing the counter-corruption effort.
For his part, Ghani thanked May for the English government’s and people’s unflinching support with the people and government of Afghanistan and demanded continuation of her country’s cooperation in future.
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