06 August 2020

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High Delegation To Leave For Pakistan To Probe Prof. Rabbani’s Assassination, Presidential Spokesman

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Kabul (BNA) Spokesman for the president, Aimal Faizi told reporters last day that according to the president’s order, all discussions on the Afghan-US strategic partnership agreement should be carried out according to the Traditional Loya Jerga advices. 
A delegation consisted of the ministries of interior, foreign, defense and NDS high ranking officials would be sent to Pakistan to comprehensively discuss the assassination of former president of Afghanistan, HPC Chairman and Shaheed of Peace, Prof. Burhanuddin Rabbani with Pak authorities, Faizi assured. 
He noted that the Pakistani authorities would help Prof. Rabbani’s terrors investigating team for the processpart the achievements discussed in the Istanbul Conference, asking the Pak-authorities to help the process get success. 
According to him, the president had asked the entire organs and administrations aiming to discuss strategic partnership with the US to adopt the Traditional Loya Jerga as an advisory basis and go forward with the process under its programs. 
He said President Karzai would talk on signing a strategic memorandum of cooperation with the British after the Bonn Conference. 
The Afghan-UK strategic partnership process had been under discussion over the last seven months, he noted adding the strategic pact would include training of Afghan security forces, building a great military academy in Afghanistan, economic development, capacity building and strengthening finance system, he concluded. 
The Traditional Loya Jerga under a secure atmosphere summoned at least 2,200 tribal elders and influential figures from across the country to discuss the Afghan-US strategic pact which is said to be signed in the near future after the advices of the Jerga members had gotten success.

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