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U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission welcomes Afghan govt. efforts for electoral reforms

KABUL: U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission Karen Decker in a meeting with the country’s Second Vice-President Sarwar Danesh welcomed the government’s efforts for brining reforms in the electoral body and amendment in the electoral law and hoped implementation of the reforms could help the process could go forward transparently, a statement from the Vice-President Office said Saturday.
The vice-president thanked the deputy chief of mission for her country’s cooperation in war on terrorism and reconstruction of Afghanistan and asked for further expansion of cooperation and strategic relation between the two countries, according to the statement.
VP Danesh assured Karen Decker on a discussion expected to be held soon to bring reforms in the electoral laws, said the statement.
After assuring on the process transparency by Sarwar Danesh, the U.S. deputy ambassador said Afghanistan international partners, particularly the U.S. and the United Nations Political Office to Kabul were fully trusted in the leadership and management of Afghan vice-president to the electoral reforms and amendment of the electoral laws, the statement said.
The Kabul Times

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