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Khalili meets with members of civil society of youth of Afghanistan

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Sunday September 30 2012

Kabul (BNA) Tens of youth members of civil society of Afghanistan met yesterday with Mohammad Karim Khalili second vice-president and asked for government support to the youth.
At the meeting in which Temur Shah Ishaqzai deputy minister for youth of information and couture ministry was also present, the youth members called the presence of the youth in different social, cultural, political and economic spheres as positive and asked for government support towards this big segment of the society.
According to them, the civil society of Afghanistan is a civil foundation that has started its official activities recently and it held its second congress for adoption of its charter and its organizational structure in the past week.
The aim for formation of this foundation has been assistance to the democratic values, strengthening of freedom of speech and ensuring the women rights.
Khalili touching on the role of youth and their position in the transformation of the country said that today around 60% of the population of the country are youth and in case this great force actively enter into the different social spheres, a great change would come about in the country.
He also touched on the problems and challenges of the country and reiterated that these challenges will be eliminated when the youth are made workable in this direction.
He called the youth the main factor for transformation in the society and called their role in ensuring national unity and cohesion among the people of the country.
He asked the youth to show resistance against the challenges and never allow desperation and hopelessness in their future destiny.
He assured them the government will launch programs for the growth of the youth and stressed that the existing departments should made use of the youth in their structures for responding to the present needs of the country.

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