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CM Assesses Effective, Worthy Qatar Visit By President And Tasked FM To Pursue Its Result

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Tuesday, April 02, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The council of ministers meeting held at the presidential palace yesterday in which initially president Karzai informed the cabinet of the result of his visit to Qatar at the invitation of Amir of that country for meeting over peace process. 
He said during the visit the Amir of Qatar expressed the readiness of that country for ensuring peace and stability in Afghanistan and Afghanistan insisted pursuing of peace talks through the high peace council.
He also informed the cabinet about the meeting with the traders of Qatar and we introduced Afghanistan one of the richer country in terms of mineral resources in the world.
The CM considered the visit of the Afghan delegation to Qatar as positive towards ensuring of peace and stability in the country and assigned the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to follow up the results of the talks with Qatar and appraise the presidential office about it. 
The president also assigned the ministers of education, rehabilitation and rural development, agriculture and irrigation and public health to report on their development projects in Nuristan in one week time and refer to presidential office and the ministry of interior was assigned to revive the previous police structure in Nuristan. 
On the eve of Nowruz of 1393 which will be organized in Kabul with participation of leaders of neighboring countries, the CM assigned a committee led by minister of education and minister of higher education with membership of ministers of information and culture, agriculture and irrigation, urban development, the Kabul municipality and deputy ministers of foreign affairs, finance, frontier and tribal affairs and public health to prepare a plan for organizing of the glorious Nowruz festival of 1393 in accordance with the resolution no 2 dated 14/1/1391 of the CM considering holding of exhibitions of native culture of the country, holding of entertainment programs, traditional festival, national costumes, musical groups performances, printing of brochures, literary poems and literature works, preparing of historical and religious album, Afghan dishes, wooden industrial pieces of Nuristan and other accepted traditions of the country and the plan should be referred to the CM in one month time. 
As per the agenda of the meeting the governor of Ghor shared the problems of the province with the cabinet. 
The problems included in security area, upgrading the national army unit to battalion, changing of the Ghor police to national police, creation of public order unity, approval of 1500 local police, upgrading of the police combatting narcotics. 
Approval of USD 6 million from the provincial support fund of 1391-1392 that has not been expended for promotion of good governance, building of the provincial structures and asphalting of the Cheghcharan-Herat and Cheghcharan-Kabul road, building of Pozi Lewich dam, building of the education department structure.
The Minister of Finance informed the cabinet of existence of USD 2.5 million of the budgets of related ministries and more funds in the development budget for socio-economic growth for the province.
The CM assigned the related government organs to implement the current year budget of their ministries allocated for the Ghor province and the ministry of finance was assigned to attract the financial aid of the Asian Development Bank for construction of the main highway of the province and the ministry of public health should provide the salaries of the physicians of central hospital of the province. 
The minister of finance informed the cabinet over executive accountability framework of the Tokyo conference adding that the international community at this conference pledged its commitments towards economic growth in Afghanistan through a bilateral accountability process and the government of Afghanistan was committed for implementation of 16 indicators that was envisaged in the conference statement in four areas of democracy, just elections, governance, rule of law, increasing of government incomes, human rights, balancing of public financial system, implementing of budget and national governance and all the plans in this respect were prepared and sent to the international community and that most of the undertakings have been executed and work on the remaining is being continued. 
He stressed that assessment of this framework will be taken place with the participation of the leaders of the donor countries in July of 2013 in Kabul.

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