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NCA Chairman Dr. Abdullah Meets with NATO Civilian Representative and ISAF & U.S. Commander in Afghanistan

On Sunday, November 10, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Chairman of the National Coalition of Afghanistan met with NATO Senior Civilian Representative to Afghanistan H.E. Ambassador Maurits R. Jochems and Commander of ISAF and US Forces in Afghanistan General Joseph G. Dunford Jr. Respective Ambassadors of several European nations were also in attendance.

In the meeting, Dr. Abdullah and the respective officials discussed a wide range of issues of mutual interest, including upcoming Afghan presidential and provincial council elections, scheduled security transition consisting of transfer of security responsibilities from NATO to Afghan national security forces, current security situation, ongoing negotiations on the US-Afghan Bilateral Security Agreement, as well as drawdown of U.S. and international forces from Afghanistan in 2014.

The importance of credible and transparent elections, along with sustained International support for Afghanistan’s national security forces was highlighted as two important factors to the country’s future stability. Dr. Abdullah expressed his appreciation for the continued international support Afghanistan has received during the past twelve years, while Ambassador Jochems, General Dunford and respective officials reiterated their country’s commitment to Afghanistan’s long-term stabilization efforts.

November 11, 2013 - Kabul, Afghanistan

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