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Qanooni, Indian Ambassador Exchange Views On Enhancing Relations

Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Kabul (BNA) The first vice president Mohammad Yunus Qanooni met Indian ambassador to Afghanistan here on Tuesday and exchanged views on matters pertaining boosting bilateral relations between Afghanistan and India. According to presidential press office to BNA, in the meeting, the first vice president noted that the people of Afghanistan by holding successful elections have entered a new process. Qanooni went on to say that the people of Afghanistan have discharged their responsibility bravely and are hopeful to see the fair results; while tally is continuing. In his address at the meeting, the Indian ambassador Amrsinha besides expressing happiness over successful elections in Afghanistan hoped that the elections would lead to further strengthening peace and security in Afghanistan. According to another report, the first vice president Mohammad Yunous Qanooni met the United Nations Special Envoy on Afghanistan Jan Kubis on Tuesday. In the meeting, the vice president said that the fate of Afghanistan is at the hands of the election commission and the people of Afghanistan are waiting to see the outcome of their votes. Qanooni also pointed out that the people of Afghanistan have the right to achieve what they have voted for and it is necessary for embracing durable peace in the country. The first vice president also noted that Afghanistan is a critical stage and no efforts will be spared to improve the situation and embrace the outcome of the elections. He also added all candidates will see themselves in the next government and no candidates will fell defeat or victory. In his remarks, the UN Special Envoy to Afghanistan stated that the elections have won the trust of international community for the future of the country. The official also noted that the UNAMA is in contact with the election commissions and it is hoped the election body to keep its impartiality in the counting of the votes. The international community, he said would support any efforts to prevent crisis in Afghanistan and the Afghans deserve to live in peace and stability.

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