Saturday, October 08, 2016
Kabul (BNA) Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive has delivered speech related to Afghan refugees and displaced families and Afghanistan government plans in this regard in the United Nations Higher Commission for Refugees’ 67th summit held in Swiss.
He talked related to security and development achievements in the past 15 years, Afghanistan joint partnership with the international community, current security and economic problems and the government’s overall plans for peace and development.
The country’s chief executive further said that ongoing war and problems in the country have made Afghans take refuge in other countries of the world, adding that Afghans were thankful of Iran and Pakistan for hosting Afghans for years. Chief executive added that a large number of Afghans have returned their homeland after the national unity government started its work and the government was working to pave the way for other Afghans to return to their homeland by implementation of economic plans.
He said that Afghanistan hoped that repatriation process of Afghan refugees from the neighboring countries should be based on the will of the refugees, adding that commitment declared in the Brussels conference would help Afghan government to implement its plans on time and address condition of displaced families besides Afghan refugees returning their homeland.