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Dr. Abdullah Abdullah the leader of the Reform and Partnership team at the anniversary of Rasoul Mohseni’s martyrdom: “We will form a system which will solve the cases of the martyrs and cure the pains of our people”

Friday afternoon, the first anniversary of Rasoul Mohseni was commemorated in Kabul.

Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Vice President Yunus Qanooni, Ahmad Wali Massoud, many members of parliament, cabinet members, religious leaders, resistance commanders, and followers of Mohseni attended this gathering.

Dr. Abdullah spoke about Rasoul Mohseni’s achievements and his involvement in the struggle and resistance against the Soviets and Taliban. He called him one of Afghanistan’s great personalities and his commitment to bring peace and stability to Afghanistan.

In addition, he explained how the unresolved cases of the martyrs should be seriously investigated and this will be a priority for the future administration.

Vice President Qanooni, Ahmad Wali Massoud, and Mohammad Azim Mohseni also spoke and praised Rasoul Mohseni as a true patriot.


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