By: Massouda Qarizada
KABUL: 200 young ambassadors, who have tried their best to better mark the 100th anniversary of Afghanistan Independence in 34 provinces of the country, were appreciated in a ceremony yesterday by deputy ministry of youth affairs.
In the ceremony, deputy minister of youth affairs for information and culture Mohammad Ajmal Shahpoor by praising the young ambassadors for their efforts and hardworking considered national stance and efforts of Afghan youth towards completion of incomplete chapter of King Amanullah Khan as considerable.
Shahpoor added that Afghans in consideration to history of the Amani era and their national thoughts and unity should take fundamental role in development of their country.
Pointing to Afghan youth in particular young ambassadors of the 100th anniversary of Afghanistan Independence, Shahpoor said that it was the responsibility and national duty of all youth to protect their national values.
Meanwhile, Abdul Rasheed Ayoubi, advisor to President Ghani, deputy of Kabul social and cultural affairs Hanifa Gardiwal and sports chief Dr. Hafizullah Wali Rahimi praised deputy ministry of youth affairs for its programs.