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National Coalition of Afghanistan (NCA) Press Statement

As we are at a critical juncture in our nation’s history, with Afghanistan approaching its vital political and security transitions, and strengthening its national sovereignty, any effort and actions aimed at undermining this process, seeking to weaken our national unity, is an unforgivable act which is against the national interest of our country, and in clear violation of the law.

Certain elements are irresponsibly provoking linguistic and sectarian issues in an attempt to undermine the spirit of brotherhood and national unity in our heroic nation.

The National Coalition of Afghanistan (NCA) expresses its strong concern over such irresponsible acts, and calls on all citizens of the country, in particular political and social groups, to avoid negative propaganda against one another, and make every effort to further strengthen our national unity and solidarity. Our nation’s strength and pride emanates from our unity and solidarity, and our common commitment towards Afghanistan’s national interests.

Kabul, Afghanistan – December 14, 2013

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Dr. Abdullah Abdullah: In His Own Words
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The Afghan Election  The Man Who Could Upset Karzai

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