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Wednesday September 26, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan met with the UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, at the headquarters of the United Nations in New York.
According to BNA report, press office of Chief Executive Office in a statement released that, the UN Secretary-General welcomed the Chief Executive to attend the annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly and expressed hope that peace and stability in Afghanistan will be established. The UN Secretary-General also emphasized that holding a transparent and valid election can help to political stability in Afghanistan.
The Chief Executive, thanking the UN Secretary-General for his special attention to issues of Afghanistan, presented a clear picture of political-security situation, progress and challenges in Afghanistan.
The Chief Executive emphasized that the National Unity Government was committed to conducting a transparent and valid election using Biometric system, and would cooperate with the United Nations and other Afghanistan’s partners in this regard.
The Chief Executive informed of the government’s readiness to attend and report at Geneva Ministerial Conference on Afghanistan. On regional developments, the Chief Executive said that there is no evidence of a profound change in Pakistan's policies towards Afghanistan and fighting terrorism, and called for honest cooperation between regional countries, especially Afghanistan and Pakistan, as a way out of existing challenges.
The Chief Executive, about issues related to refugees, returnees and displaced persons in Afghanistan, said that his country is addressing this issue, but it needs active and effective engagement of the United Nations and the international community.
The UN Secretary-General, with a promise of full cooperation with Afghanistan, said, “Our position is that institutions in Afghanistan will stand on their own and peace and security will be established in the country.”

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