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Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The council is composed of intellectuals, cultural figures and students of Bamyan and Parwan provinces who in their meeting with Mohammad Karim Khalili second vice-president held yesterday afternoon shared a series of their local problems. 
They noted that this council is a foundation formed by the people which aim at working towards social and cultural projects implementation. 
They also asked for flourishing of civil foundations and further attention of the government for building of roads, power energy, addressing the problems of the Bamyan University and upgrading the higher education of Parwan to university level. 
Khalili expressed pleasure in meeting the council members and considered popular foundations a positive step towards progress in social and cultural spheres in the country. 
He assured them that the government is striving for development of less developed provinces and by executing coming year’s budget their problems will be solved. 
As regards the construction of Kabul-Bamyan road and Gardan-i-Dewar-Ghour be said that building of roads lead to expansion of higher educational institutions and this is the priority program of the government.

Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Minister of defense General Abdul Rahim Wardak met with Canadian deputy minister for foreign affairs Robert Mars Rosanberg and deputy minister of defense Robert Femberg here in Kabul. 
They discussed related to Afghan security situation and improvement of Afghan national army. 
The Afghan defense minister briefed the Canadian delegation related to improvement of ANA, security transition to Afghan forces and recent achievements of ANA. 
In return, the Canadian delegation expressed happiness over the cooperation existed between Afghan forces and international partners particularly Canada and praised the recent achievements of Afghan and coalition forces in Afghanistan and promised for long-term cooperation with Afghanistan.

Monday, January 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai in his successful trip to Europe has signed documents for long-term cooperation with Italy, treaty for friendship and cooperation with France and long-term cooperation treaty with Britain.
The signing of these documents with Afghanistan sallies under the present conditions that Afghanistan in the military and security responsibility throughout the country and that the process of talks with the Taliban and other groups are being continued can be accessed from different angles.
The signing of long-term strategic cooperation documents with Italy, France and Britain on one hand is a great political achievement for the Afghan order, and on the other hand may influence the sense of position and their regional supporters.
Any way in case we express International and regional aspects of these document, the documents strengthens the international position of Afghanistan and indicate to the regional countries that leave Afghanistan this country will not be alone as in the past and will lose all its potential in war against terrorism.
On the other hand, these documents increases the responsibility of the government authorities towards the people of Afghanistan as in the near future the international forces will leave Afghanistan and it will be the government of Afghanistan that will undertake the responsibility of security and other spheres in the country.
When the president of the country says that NATO forces should leave the country in 2013, it means that the security foundations should from now on prepare themselves, free from any religious, tribal and discriminatory influences and undertake the charge of affairs, struggle with corruption and other political, economic and cultural problems and as Afghans who inherited this homeland serve the ruling order and things goes this way we would have a bright future, and if it does not happen so, and every one move their own will and wish and ignore the problems a great mistake will take place and this nation once again will suffer.

Monday, January 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Second vice-president, Mohammad Karim Khalili met with the New Special Envoy of the UN for Afghanistan Yan Kobis. 
The UN envoy said at the meeting that participation and cooperation in restoration of peace and stability, assisting the process of successful transition of security responsibilities to the Afghan forces and attraction of regional cooperation is his first working priorities in Afghanistan. 
He added that transition of security is an important issue for Afghanistan and the international community and asked for cooperation of the UN and the government of Afghanistan in this respect. 
He stressed that the process of peace should be comprehensive, massive and transparent and should consider the achievements of the people of Afghanistan in the past one decade. 
In addition to the world efforts he also called for further regional cooperation towards restoration of peace. 
Mohammad Karim Khalili also while congratulating him on his assignment as the UN Envoy expressed the hope that his experiences and efforts can assist the people of Afghanistan in accessing peace and stability. 
He added that in case the international community strive in upgrading the capacities of the Afghan security organs from now on, the government and people of Afghanistan are decisive to successful undertake the security responsibility till the year 2014. 
He noted that peace is a serious need of the people of Afghanistan, but this should not be sacrificed for the new era’s achievements. 
Touching on the massive level of poverty and vulnerability of the people of Afghanistan emanating from the disaster occurrences asked for UN aid to the people of Afghanistan and appreciated the UN appeal for USD437 million as emergency aid for the affected people of Afghanistan.

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