By: The Kabul Times
KABUL: President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani chaired the meeting of the National Security Council (NSC) in which, issues on security and the enemy threats were discussed, the Presidential Palace said Tuesday. According to the statement, the country’s president issued needed instructions to the security and defense organs for better ensuring security and retreating the enemy threats.
The meeting discussed a document released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan about the UNSC’s resolution in which the neighboring country has committed that the travel restriction, banning arms and freezing the financial sources of the armed indi- viduals and groups affiliated with the Taliban, should be put into effect, the statement said.
The meeting noted that both the government and the people of Afghanistan were committed to the restoration of a lasting peace and freezing terrorism’s financial and equipment sources and hoped that the UNSC resolutions and the regional and international consensus resulting from the efforts of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan have paved the way for a fair and enduring peace in the country.
“The Pakistani side is hoped to take practical steps in the implementation of the UNSC resolution.” To conclude with, the meeting resolved that the stance of the government of the Islamic republic of Afghanistan to be released in a statement through the country’s Ministry of Foreign Af- fairs.