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Monday, June 4, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Elders and influential and some students of different precincts of Kabul city in their meeting with Mohammad Karim Khalili second vice-president supported government efforts towards maintaining of strategic relations with powerful countries and shared some of their problems with him. 
Expressing concern over the emerging tension in Behsud of Maidan-Wardak asked for immediate removal of these tensions. 
They also asked government support towards the youth of the country and in educating and raising their capacities. 
At the meeting Khalili expressed pleasure over meeting them and added that some terrorist groupings supported from outside the country are trying to create tension and this way prevent construction of large projects in Maidan-Wardak region. 
He noted that as per the instruction of the president security forces are in the area and there is concern in this respect. 
He warned that the government would legally and decisively deal with the perpetrators of this issue and no political advantages are taken from this situation. 
He called the future of the country as promising considering the attention of the world countries towards exploitation of the country’s underground resources. 
He emphasized that he will instruct the related organs to render all possible assistance in improving services in the Kabul city.
 

Monday, June 04, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Meshrano Jerga or upper house of the parliament unanimously approved the Afghan-US strategic cooperation agreement. 
This agreement after signature of the presidents of the two countries and confirmation of the House of People has been dispatched to the Senate and was confirmed at today’s session with 68 in favor and 15 against votes while Fazle Hadi Muslimyar speaker of the Senate chaired the meeting. 
The text of the agreement was read out to the Senate by Senators Najiba Hussaini and Humaira Nemati. 
The senators called the agreement to the interest of the country and meet the requirements of the country and in par with the decisions of the Traditional Jirgah of Afghanistan.
 

Monday, June 04, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The chairman and members of the psychological association in their meeting with second vice-president Mohammad Karim Khalili said that the association members are lecturers and graduates of psychology sphere. 
They shared some of the problems and their proposals for reducing psychological patients in the country. 
They added that war and several years of violence, poverty and joblessness are the major factors of this disease in the country and non-attention to this may bring in unpleasant repercussions. 
They asked the government of Afghanistan to pay attention in employing the graduates of psychology in education and health sectors and this way prepare the ground for attraction of the young educated people in the country Khalili welcomed the lecturers and the graduates of psychology and called on the importance of this group of educated cadres in reduction of psychological diseases in the country. 
He added that practical steps will be taken for attraction of the graduates in different spheres and shall advise different organs to attract them and use their capacities in providing services to the needy people.
 

Monday, June 04, 2012
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai met last evening with the members of the US Senate, David Dryer and David price at the presidential palace. 
At the outset, the US Senate members congratulated president Karzai on signing of the Afghan US strategic cooperation agreement and its adoption by the National Assembly of Afghanistan and considered this agreement a very important document for the two countries. 
The US Senate members also informed the president on their meetings with both houses of National Assembly of Afghanistan. 
They also discussed cooperation between the legislative and judiciary bodies of Afghanistan and the US. 
Calling the strategic long-term cooperation agreement between the two nations as very significant, president Karzai expressed the hope that this document would lead peace, stability and reduction of civilian casualties in military operations. 
He added that civilian casualties during the military operations in Afghanistan a real threat to the people.