Deputy PM Hanafi Encourages Afghans Living Abroad To Return Home

KABUL (BNA): The Deputy PM for Administrative Affairs of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has called on Afghan professionals and experts residing abroad to return to the country and contribute to its development and prosperity.

ARG in a statement said that Mawlavi Abdul Salam Hanafi raised this request during a meeting with a group of academic, cultural figures, and representatives of Afghans residing abroad.

During the meeting, Afghan expatriate representatives, along with academic and cultural figures, expressed satisfaction with the Islamic Emirate’s achievements, including security improvements, anti-corruption efforts, drug control, and major development projects.

They further stated that with the re-establishment of the Islamic Emirate in the country, numerous opportunities have emerged across various sectors, especially in trade and investment, ensuring the safety and financial security of all citizens.

They also urged the Islamic Emirate to pay special attention to enhancing the quality and quantity of education and training and healthcare services, increasing employment opportunities for professionals in government offices, and utilizing existing economic capacities.

In response, Mawlawi Abdul Salam Hanafi, the Deputy PM for Administrative Affairs, reiterated that providing security, bolstering economic stability, and facilitating necessary amenities for citizens are top priorities of the Islamic Emirate, and in this regard, every effort will be made without hesitation.

He emphasized that Afghanistan is the common home of all Afghans, and officials of the Islamic Emirate are committed to eradicating administrative corruption and providing better services for all citizens.

At the end, the Deputy PM for Administrative Affairs, urged all Afghan professionals and experts living abroad to return to their homeland and actively participate in its prosperity and development of their country.


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