Afghan presidential candidates should agree on unity govt: UN

Afghan presidential candidates should agree on unity govt: UN

Afghan presidential candidates should agree on unity govt: UN

(New York) – UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon urged the two candidates for Afghanistan’s presidency to agree on a unity Government, telling both Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani they share a real responsibility to guide the country to a peaceful and more prosperous future. In a statement issued by his spokesperson in New York, Mr. Ban urged Afghanistan’s two Presidential candidates to conclude an agreement on a government of national unity in accordance with the commitments they reached on 12 July.
The UN chief noted that commitment, reached with the support of United States Secretary of State John Kerry, and their signed communique of 8 August, the two candidates agreed to accept the result of a comprehensive nationwide audit of the presidential election run-off results and form a government of national unity.
(Courtesy WAM)

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