AT-KABUL: The general manager of the chamber of commerce and industries for the regional economic cooperation organization in Afghanistan calls on the leaders of the Afghan government to consider the figures presented at the at the annual conference in economic growth and development in order to be able to take plans for the future of Afghanistan.
Azarakhsh Hafezi said on Wednesday that the summit is important for Afghanistan, which can make leaders aware of their less attention and problems.
Hafezi also said that the leaders of the Afghan government should present their future plans regarding the sectors of economic development, eliminating unemployment and reducing poverty to the world leaders so that the international community can assure its assistance to this country.
President Ashraf Ghani left Kabul for Switzerland on Wednesday morning to participate at Davos Economic Forum (WEF), his spokesman Shah Hussein Mortazavi said.
Ghani is to lead a meeting on future of Afghanistan’s
economy and growth as well as the country’s vital role in regional connectivity,
according to a statement released by his office.
Mr. Ghani will also attend a luncheon hosted by WEF chairman for world economic leaders.
On Tuesday, chief executive Abdullah Abdullah attended a
meeting in Davos, saying that there were still many problems for peace with
“Many changes have taken place in the past 18 years, but there are many problems to bring peace,” he said.
Abdullah mentioned that the main obstacle about peace is Taliban’s unwillingness to hold direct talks with the Afghan government.