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Obama Phones NUG Leaders, Urges Them To Keep Unity

Obama, who wraps up his eight years in office this week, expressed his deep appreciation for the steadfast partnership between the United States and Afghanistan.

President Barack Obama phoned President Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah late Wednesday and praised the National Unity Government (NUG) leaders for their efforts to “attain peace and stability” in Afghanistan.

Obama, who wraps up his eight years in office this week, expressed his deep appreciation for the steadfast partnership between the United States and Afghanistan. 

According to the White House, Obama commended the leaders for their commitment to the Afghan people and applauded the NUG's efforts to “reduce corruption and support the rule of law.” 

The U.S. President encouraged President Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah to continue their shared efforts to enhance national unity and support a lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan

Obama Phones NUG Leaders, Urges Them To Keep Unity

Obama, who wraps up his eight years in office this week, expressed his deep appreciation for the steadfast partnership between the United States and Afghanistan.

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President Barack Obama phoned President Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah late Wednesday and praised the National Unity Government (NUG) leaders for their efforts to “attain peace and stability” in Afghanistan.

Obama, who wraps up his eight years in office this week, expressed his deep appreciation for the steadfast partnership between the United States and Afghanistan. 

According to the White House, Obama commended the leaders for their commitment to the Afghan people and applauded the NUG's efforts to “reduce corruption and support the rule of law.” 

The U.S. President encouraged President Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah to continue their shared efforts to enhance national unity and support a lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan.

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