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Monday 18 June 2018

The Upper House Press Office

Date: 3.Jan.2017


Fazil Hadi Muslim Yaar Speaker of the Senate Met With Mr. Franso Reshia Ambassador of the France to Kabul.

In the meeting, ambassador of the France to Kabul provided information regarding their assistance in various sectors especially in health, agriculture, education and security sectors and pledged on their cooperation in the future. Likewise, the mentioned ambassador emphasizes on strengthening relations between the two countries and added that in the 2023 the relations between the two countries will reaches to one hundred year of relations. 

Afterward, speaker of the senate during his speaking appreciated form the France assistance and sacrifices in the combat against the terrorism.


Likewise, speaker of the senate, during his speaking discussed regarding the terrorism issues and the current security situation of Afghanistan and referred the current situation of Afghanistan as the failure policy of the ISAF and added the international community couldn’t able to do enough pressure on Pakistan for preventing their supports of terrorism.

 Similarly, speaker of the senate concerned the worries of the people of Afghanistan especially of the senate on obvious interference of some countries in the affairs of Afghanistan, increasing insecurity in Afghanistan, removal of the Taliban leaders name form the blacklist and their supports by some countries and demanded their supports for preventing the foreign interference in Afghanistan and maintaining peace and stability in Afghanistan.

Afterward, the mentioned ambassador pledged on discussing the mentioned issues with the related officials of the France.

In the mentioned meeting, Latifullah Zowandi Chairman of the Commission of international affairs and Sayed Hafizullah Hashimi Secretary General of the Senate Secretariat were also present.