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Afghanistan condemns opposition leaders meeting in Berlin

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Ahmad Shah Ghanizada
Ahmad Shah Ghanizada
Ahmadshah Ghanizada is the deputy editor in chief for The Khaama Press Agency who manages and overlooks the English edition.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan following a statement on Wednesday called the recent meeting of Afghan Opposition Leaders with a number of US congress members as a move against the Afghan constitution.

Afghan Foreign Ministry following the statement further added, such sessions are against the Afghan constitution and national unity of Afghanistan which interferes to internal affairs of Afghanistan.

The statement also warned that such sessions should not be held in the future.

This comes as a number of the Afghan government opposition leaders including Ahmad Zia Massoud Chief of the National Coalition, Abdul Rashid Dostum Leader of the National Islamic Movement of Afghanistan, Mohammad Mohaqiq Leader of the Islamic Unity Party of Afghanistan, Amrullah Saleh Former Chief of Afghan Intelligence (National Directorate for Security) met with the senior congress members of the United States of America and discussed the issues of Afghanistan.

The delegation of the Afghan Opposition Leaders also issued a statement and urged to start talks for reconsideration of Afghan constitution in a bid to form a decentralized political system in Afghanistan.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan in reaction to the Berlin meeting said, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan opposes any movement, comments and sessions which is against the national unity and Afghan constitution. Afghanistan condemns the role of any foreign individual or organization in Afghan internal affairs.

In the meantime, a spokesman for the National Coalition of Afghanistan Faizullah Zaki said, the Berlin session was organized to indicate the views by Afghan government opposition leaders to International Community.

He warned that Afghanistan is threatened to lose the achievements which has been gained during the past ten years since NATO troops are leaving the country.

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