Terror Attacks Not To Affect Afghans Will: Khalili

Monday, March 31, 2014
Kabul (BNA) The second vice president Mohammad Karim Khalili met British ambassador to Afghanistan here on Sunday. 
According to presidential press office to BNA, in the meeting matters pertaining recent terrorist attacks and the coming elections came under discussion.
Expressing over the victimization of Afghan citizens in Kabul and other cities during terrorist offensives, Ambassador Richard Astak also praised ability of national security forces eliminating terrorists, saying it deserves to congratulate the government and people of Afghanistan over the increasing ability and successes of Afghan security forces.
The British ambassador in the meeting expressed hope that coming presidential and provincial councils elections to be held in transparent manner. He also assured that the international partners of Afghanistan like the past would remain alongside Afghans and continue cooperation with this country.
In his remarks, the vice president besides thanking the ambassador for expressing sympathy over murdering Afghans by terrorists in Kabul and other cities recently said that terrorist attacks would not affect the will of Afghans for going to the voting centers to decide their political destination. The vice president also said that the government is determined to hold the presidential and provincial councils elections free of national and foreign bodies interference.
Khalili also expressed gratitude over the readiness of international partners for continued support to Afghanistan.

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