Latest news
Thumbnail

Govt, EU Review Human Rights And Good Governance

Senior government officials and European Union (EU) representatives talked about the human rights situation, good governance and an increase in migrations at a session in Kabul on Saturday.

At this event, the First Lady Rula Ghani termed the European Union’s cooperation effective in fighting corruption and supporting human rights particularly women’s rights in Afghanistan.

“This agreement defines the cooperation between the government of Afghanistan and European Union for a decade and meanwhile it provides opportunities for cooperation,” the first lady said.

The event titled “Afghanistan-EU Special Working Group on Human Rights, Good Governance and Migration” was aimed at finding ways to cope with challenges on the relevant topics.

“The EU stands ready to continue the support, which will not be only financial support, but political support in the dialogue and it will allow exchange of experience between us in order to reach our common values,” said Paola Pampaloni, an EU member.

Meanwhile, Nader Naderi, head of the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Services Commission, said government is committed to overcome the challenges.

“I am delighted to see that after a long time of engagement on the shared values through partnership this is for the first time, a discussion not primarily about the numbers of money, but about the values, it is about the political commitment,” he said.

The session is held at a time that a number of Afghans complained about corruption in public offices, lack of good governance, violation of human rights and challenges in their migration to European nations.

Govt, EU Review Human Rights And Good Governance

A European Union member says they are committed to supporting human rights and good governance in Afghanistan.

Thumbnail

Senior government officials and European Union (EU) representatives talked about the human rights situation, good governance and an increase in migrations at a session in Kabul on Saturday.

At this event, the First Lady Rula Ghani termed the European Union’s cooperation effective in fighting corruption and supporting human rights particularly women’s rights in Afghanistan.

“This agreement defines the cooperation between the government of Afghanistan and European Union for a decade and meanwhile it provides opportunities for cooperation,” the first lady said.

The event titled “Afghanistan-EU Special Working Group on Human Rights, Good Governance and Migration” was aimed at finding ways to cope with challenges on the relevant topics.

“The EU stands ready to continue the support, which will not be only financial support, but political support in the dialogue and it will allow exchange of experience between us in order to reach our common values,” said Paola Pampaloni, an EU member.

Meanwhile, Nader Naderi, head of the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Services Commission, said government is committed to overcome the challenges.

“I am delighted to see that after a long time of engagement on the shared values through partnership this is for the first time, a discussion not primarily about the numbers of money, but about the values, it is about the political commitment,” he said.

The session is held at a time that a number of Afghans complained about corruption in public offices, lack of good governance, violation of human rights and challenges in their migration to European nations.

Share this post