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Saturday, June 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The second rounds of talks for cooperation agreement between the European Union and Afghanistan began in Kabul Thursday. 
According to the foreign ministry Jawed Ludin had led the Afghan delegation in the meeting while David Tir from the EU foreign policy led the delegation. 
The first round of talks held in March this year. In his speech, Mr. Ludin expressed confidence that EU as a close partner of Afghanistan would continue to support after 2014 and inking cooperation agreement would further enhance the relations between the two sides. 
The head of EU delegation that “all those gathered around this table are committed to a dynamic and effective government for Afghanistan. 
And this talk indicates would emphasize for good governance, democracy, justice and human rights. 
It is important for both sides and this agreement is credible at least for 10 years and is committed to the agreement came out of Tokyo conference”.

Saturday, June 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A French judge has been tasked by United Nations to look into the alleged administrative corruptions in Afghanistan. 
The judge Eva Juli a candidate of green party in the prudential election has confirmed he had been assigned to monitor the issue. 
Fighting corruption is a pre-condition of the international community for extending supports to Afghanistan and Afghan government is also trying to overcome the menace.

Saturday, June 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Britain would continue to support Afghanistan national army after 2014, this was stated by Britain chief of army staff general David Richard in a meeting with defense minister General Abdul Rahim Wardakk yesterday. 
In the meeting matters pertaining mutual interests including security situation in Afghanistan and training of national army came under discussion. 
In the meeting the issue of the third phase of security transition was also discussed and Defense Minister General Wardak stressed for equipping Afghan national army with the necessary equipments and the British dignitary promised to support Afghan national army after 2014.

Friday, June 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai in his meeting with the British Chief of Army Staffs discussed struggle against terrorism in Afghanistan and in this region and other issues. 
The British Chief of Army Staff said that his country after 2014 within the framework of cooperation agreement between the two nations will continue its assistance to Afghanistan. 
David Richard added that the British government shall continue assistance to Afghanistan. 
David Richard added that the British government shall continue assisting Afghanistan in training, financing and equipping of its security forces. 
He also informed the president about his visit to Pakistan and his meetings with the authorities of that country and said that Britain supports the process of peace in Afghanistan. 
President Hamid Karzai emphasized on the role of Pakistan in the peace process and restoration of stability in Afghanistan and expressed the hope that the government of Pakistan honestly cooperate in this process.