UNAMA considers essential political deal’s implementation
KABUL (Pajhwok): Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah on Sunday held talks with United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) chief Tadamichi Yamamoto regarding the latest developments and both called as essential the implementation of the political agreement legitimizing the government.
A statement from the CEO office said Abdullah and Yamamoto discussed key natiiona issues particularly the latest developments in the country.
The two thoroughly evaluated key political and security issues and developments and figured out the existing problems.
Similarly, the two sides called as essential the implementation of the national unity agreement that gives legitimacy to the current system, the implementation of electoral reforms and complete preservation of the system and giving practical shape to general demands, the statement said.
Meanwhile, European Union delegation head and Special Representative for Afghanistan Franz-Michael Mellibin called on Abdullah at his office.
Mellibin praised Abdullah for always making efforts to ensure stability and the rule of law in Afghanistan, the CEO office said.
Abdullah has started consulting his allies and holding meetings with foreign envoys after once again developing differences with President Ashraf Ghani.
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