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NUG leaders saddened by former French president demise


By: The Kabul Times

KABUL: President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Mohammad Ashraf Ghani and the country’s First Lady went to the Kabul based French Embassy and wrote in the Jacques Chirac condolence book, expressing their deep sadness over his death, a statement from the Presidential Palace said Tuesday.
In the book, the country’s president and First Lady, on behalf of the government and people of Afghanistan, expressed their deep sympathy to the people and government of France and said Jacques Chirac was one of the world’s great and known leaders who served the France well.
A separate statement from Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah also quoted him to have approached to the France Embassy in Kabul and while speaking with the French Ambassador, he wrote in the Jacques Chirac condolence book, expressing his deep condolence over his death.
Former French President Jacques Chirac died at the age of 86.

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