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Khalili Assures of Free-Interference Presidential Poll

Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Kabul (BNA) Second-Vice president Mohammad Karim Khalili in meeting with Turkish new ambassador to Afghanistan the other day exchanged views on matters relating to boosting bilateral relations.
According to presidential press office to BNA, in the meeting, the Turkish ambassador besides expressing sympathy over the demise of Marshal Mohammad Qasim Fahim and stressing for continued cooperation of Turkey with Afghanistan described the coming elections as significant for the poetical transfer in Afghanistan.
Terming the coming presidential and provincial councils polls as very important and pointed out the transparent and nationwide elections is essential for ensuring peace and progress of Afghanistan.
The Turkish diplomat also praised the people and government of Afghanistan for achievements have been made over the past decade.
In addition to expressing gratitude over expressing sympathy by Turkish ambassador over the death of Marshal Fahim, the second vice president Khalili congratulated the ambassador over assuming office and hoped the cooperation between Turkey and Afghanistan would further develop during his mission.
The second vice president in the meeting had also thanked Turkey for its contribution towards rebuilding process and strengthening security of Afghanistan and termed Turkey as a good friend of Afghans.
Khalili also said that the coming elections will be held without intervention from national and international bodies, saying holding elections is the only way that ensures political transition in the country.

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