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NSC to change Chief-in-Command into better system: President Ghani

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By: The Kabul Times

KABUL: President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani participated and delivered speech in a ceremony held yesterday for the introduction of newly-appointed deputies of National Security Council office.
In the ceremony held at Chahar Chinar Palace, advisor to President on cultural affairs Asadullah Ghazanfar read out separate presidential decrees issued on appointment of Salim Shah Ibrahimi as technical deputy, Sayed Wahid Qatali as political and people’s deputy, Mohammad Hamid Tuhmasi as inspector of NSC, Rafi Fazil as general director of NSA office, Mohammad Mahir Yaqoobi as head of refining and development of security sector, Mohammad Raza Fazli as head of coordination of national intelligence and Sayed Khadim Entizar as head of peace and protection of civilians.
Afterwards, National Security Advisor Dr. Hamdullah Mohib spoke and by praising the country’s President for his trust in National Security Council and the country’s defense and security sector said based on this confidence, good impetus, cooperation, coordination and morale of positive competition have been created in the respective sector.
In the ceremony, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani while praising for better coordination and cooperation between the country’s defense and security organs said National Security Council was a system and it would not give result if there were not coordination and relations between each other sections.
The country’s President further said that the National Security Council would change armed forces supreme command to a coordinated, measured and institution-pivotal system.
At the end, President Ghani stressed that their consideration should be on governance as the people wanted a responsive, strong and responsible government.

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.