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Journalists’ Offers Should Be Turned Into a List of Commitments, President Ghani

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Saturday January 12, 2019

Kabul (BNA) President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in a gathering of journalists from all over the country told that their demands should be turned in to a list of commitment to be assessed in one of the country’s cabinet meeting.
According to BNA report, the President, after hearing details about the entities created from various groups of journalists in the journalists national meeting, by their representatives, Abdul Basir Haqju, Wazhma Tokhi, Farhad Juya and Simin Sadaf, welcomed the journalists coming from 34 provinces of the country said: “Your selection of the most dangerous journalism career is the indicator of your love to your country, law and the national interests.” According to the President, creation of an active economy was very effective to overcome poverty and joblessness and that the country stands on its feed via an actively created economy, in which the free journalists could attend for discussion. The President said that Afghanistan would reach a lasting peace and that the culture of peace could be significant in the elimination of 40 years’ crisis.
He called the role of journalists very important in strengthening of national unity and emphasized that role of each Afghans needed to be ensured in the nation-building process. He instructed the presidential spokesman, Mohammad Haroon Chakhansuri to turn the demands of journalists into a scheduled commitment to be discussed in any of the cabinet meeting, as according to him, all administrations’ commitments needed to practice them. The President said the entire Amania (The era of King Aamnullah Khan) historical castles would be rehabilitated and work on the Kabul Balahesar (Kabul Fortress) would soon be started, adding that the 100th freedom anniversary of the country would be turned into a national discussion.

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