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President Ghani Leaves Kabul to Attend 53rd Munich Security Conference

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Friday February 17, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Mohammad Ashraf Ghani president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan left Kabul at the head of a senior governmental delegation for Germany to attend the 53rd round of Munich Security Conference late Thursday.
According to the Presidential press office to BNA, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani during his 2 day visit will deliver speech during the security conference and will share the status of Afghanistan’s security situation.
At the margin of the conference Mr. Ghani will meet with leaders and governmental officials from other countries including Germany’s Prime Minister, U.S. Deputy President, President of Azerbaijan, President of Croatia, Prime Minister of Turkey, Norway Chancellor, Prime Minister of Georgia, UN Secretary-General, European Union policy and security chief, foreign ministers of Russia, Germany, Saudi Arabia, China, Iran, Qatar, U.S. Senators, defense minister of British, head of Microsoft company, chief of Albright Group, head of international criminal and ex-UN representative in Afghanistan. 
Also a strategic agreement will be signed between Afghanistan and European Union by Eklil Hakimi minister of finance and Federica Mogherini Representative and Deputy of European Union for Foreign Affairs Policy
Mohammad Hanif Atmar National Security Advisor, Eklil Hakimi minister of finance, Ahmad Nader Naderi senior advisor of president in public relation and strategic affairs and Dr. Hamayoun Qayoumi senior advisor of president in infrastructures affairs are accompanying Mr. Ghani in this trip.

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