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Problems in the document for Tokyo Conference

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Problems in the document for Tokyo Conference

On the eve of the Tokyo Conference, National Alliance of Afghanistan claimed that the document that will be offered by the Afghan government at the Tokyo Conference is marked with problems and contradictions.

Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, head of the National Alliance of Afghanistan, said at a conference in  Kabul that the document proves that neither much work has been done on it from the government side nor it has been consulted with the world community and the opposition groups.

On the other hand, Ministry of Finance, says that the document has been approved by the world community.

“We had meetings with university students and asked for their opinions about the Tokyo Conference. We had meetings with the National Economic Council and civil institutions and incorporated their views and opinions into the document. It is a complete document for the future of Afghanistan,” said Wahidullah Tawhidi, spokesperson to the Ministry of Finance.

The Tokyo Conference will decide the future of Afghanistan and chalk out measures that need to be taken in order to help the country stand on its own feet.

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