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Partnership with US, others based on sacrifices: Mohib

Partnership with US, others based on sacrifices: Mohib

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May 21, 2019 - 18:08

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok):  National Security Advisor (NSA) Hamdullah Mohib on Tuesday said Afghanistaninfo-icon’s partnership with the US and other international allies has been based on mutual sacrifices.

NSA Mohib expressed these views while addressing a graduation ceremony of students at the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF)  in Kabul today (Tuesday).

A statement from the NSA media’s office received by Pajhwok Afghan News said that AUAF has been contributing to a generational transformation consistent with President Ghani’s long term vision for Afghanistan, in which youth are a strong force necessary for rebuilding this country and throughout the on-going process of development and reconstructioninfo-icon.

It quoted Mohib as saying the Afghans were grateful for the unwavering support of their international partners, particularly the United States.

Hes aid Afghanistan partnership with the US and other international allies was one forged in blood, sweat and sacrifices. These joint sacrifices have brought many possibilities, including AUAF, to Afghanistan.

Mohib said thousands of young Afghan forces were ceaselessly defending the values achieved together. “These are values that define us that we have fought and died for. Our security and defense forces are our unsung heroes.”

NSA Mohib to graduates: “You are the new generation of Afghans and you represent the positive changes this country has seen over the past two decades. That’s obvious. But I urge you to think hard about what defines your generation, or, rather, how you will define your generation.”

He prayed for all Afghan men, womeninfo-icon and their international partners who made the utmost sacrifice for a better Afghanistan and allowed institutions like AUAF to exist. “I wish you‘ll the best in your future endeavors and pray for the success of our beloved Afghanistan.”

Mohib also said efforts were still underway for the release of two instructors of AUAF.

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