AT-KABUL: Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah said the National Unity Government was in full swing to bring reforms in the country’s electoral bodies aiming to ensure transparent and free elections.
“Discussion on full card over the implementation of the reforms,” Abdullah addressed the cabinet’s weekly meeting held Monday.
Hinting to the Torkham issue, he said that the foreign minister discussed the issue with Pakistani officials at the sidelines of the Shanghai Summit.
He added that the foreign minister would soon inform officials in Kabul regarding meeting with Pakistani officials over Torkham issue.
“Rabbani would also brief us about the Shanghai Summit.”
He also briefed ministers about the upcoming Warsaw Summit, terming the summit key for the country as international community will announce their supports to Afghanistan.
“We are getting ready for the summit,” he said, asserting that NATO member states would ensure their support for the Afghan security forces.
“Afghan government would also do some commitments to the world in the summit.”
“It is very important for the Afghan security forces to receive US troops’ support in the battleground,” he stated.
Moreover, he termed the resumption of the US forces’ airstrikes and other additional support to Afghan forces as a significant tool in fight against insurgent.