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NCA Chairman, Presidential Candidate Dr. Abdullah Abdullah Participates in Regional Conference

On December 1, H.E. Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Chairman of the National Coalition of Afghanistan and 2014 Presidential Candidate, addressed the opening session of a regional conference organized by the Delhi Policy Group, held at the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul.

In his remarks, NCA Chairman Dr. Abdullah spoke about the current situation in Afghanistan and the region, informing the participating regional experts at the conference about Afghanistan’s upcoming presidential and provincial council elections, US-Afghan Bilateral Security Agreement, peace and reconciliation process, as well as other important national and regional issues.

NCA Chairman Dr. Abdullah called on regional analysts participating at the conference to exert more efforts in informing the people of Afghanistan about the benefits of a “New Foreign Policy Direction”. Moreover, he noted that the Government of Afghanistan had failed to formulate a new foreign policy direction for the country, not making best use of valuable human capital. He further encouraged the participants to increase contacts and collaboration with various policy circles of relevant countries and to share pertinent insight with them. At the conclusion of his remarks, Chairman of the National Coalition Dr. Abdullah took part in a Q&A session, answering questions posed by the participants.

Kabul, Afghanistan –December 2, 2013

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