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VP Danesh stresses on creation of necessary coordination between people, local authorities

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Second VP Sarwar Danesh meeting ‘Sabz Andishan & Etehad Group’ officials in Herat Second VP Sarwar Danesh meeting ‘Sabz Andishan & Etehad Group’ officials in Herat
 KABUL: Officials and members of two organizations named ‘Sabz Andishan & Etehad Group’ called on Second Vice President Sarwar Danesh in Herat.
In the meeting attended also by governor of Herat Mohammad Asif Rahimi, participants at the meeting while welcoming presence of second vice president and his accompanied delegation to Herat asked attention  of the government in addressing demands of the people.
Participants in the meeting asked the second vice president to issue necessary instructions to relevant local authorities of Herat in particular provincial municipality to address problems of the people.
They also stressed on partnership and presence of various tribes and segments of Herat residents in local government of the province, implementation of city development projects and equally spending municipality budget in all city districts.
In the meeting, second vice president while pointing to partnership of various tribes of the country in structures of government institutions in capital and provinces said legal pavements for balanced and fair partnership and presence of tribes are provided and besides that balanced development, social justice and fair partnership have been codified, but there are still serious problems that can be addressed through institutionalizing system of civil service employees’ appointments.
Stressing on fair partnership of various tribes and segmet of the people of Herat for economic activities in industrial township of the province, Danesh asserted that strengthening of the township was in priority of Afghanistan government.
He also considered creating necessary coordination between the people and local authorities as a serious need.