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Danesh Meets UNDP Chair-Woman

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Monday November 24, 2014
Kabul (BNA) Second Vice-President, Sarwar Danesh in a meeting with Marta Ruedas, Chair-Woman of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) recalled that the organizations has worked for maintaining justice and administrative reforms had no successful achievements. In the meeting, Second Vice-President said that Afghanistan new government was determined to bring reforms and changes in legal and administrative sectors of the country, adding that works were underway in various sectors and would be implemented gradually. He said one of the sectors they were paying serious consideration were to bring changes and reforms in laws, adding that reforms in structures, formation and strengthening of judicial organs were in top priorities of the government. In the meeting, chair-woman of UNDP informed of establishment of a Special Court in violence against women. In return, Second Vice-President asserted that the point was good and necessary, but needs to be further reviewed. He added that all relevant organs should hold consultations in this regard and it’s all dimensions should be reviewed according to laws and situations of Afghanistan. According to another report, International Association of Nameless Drug-Addicts in a meeting with Second Vice-President declared its cooperation related to counter addition phenomena in Afghanistan. Members of the association considered addition as a serious problem in human society, stressing that addiction has created lot of problems for human in various parts of society. The association working towards prevention from returning to addiction was operating in more than 130 countries and interested also in helping government and the people of Afghanistan in counter addiction. According to the association, nearly 1000 Afghanistan residents who have left addiction have now membership of the association. Following, the Second Vice-President while hinting related to dimensions of problems causing poppy cultivation and drug-trafficking in Afghanistan welcomed the association for its step for countering the deadly phenomena. 

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