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Chief Executive (CEO): 40 to 60 percent Afghanistan conflict funding sources by narcotics

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Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Abdullah Abdullah on Tuesday   says insecurity and terrorism are directly related to narcotics, and 40 to 60 percent of Afghanistan's funding sources for the war are narcotics. For this reason, he demanded more of a fight against this phenomenon.

The chief executive of the country, speaking on Tuesday (29th of May) at the meeting of the Small Dablan Group, in an effort to coordinate and draw international assistance for a joint drug campaign in Kabul, warned that drugs are a global threat to all countries, but the issue Production, use and transfer of human resources in Afghanistan are very serious.

If production, cultivation and processing of narcotics has increased, then the question comes about what our efforts are leading to, but if these efforts and efforts are to be made," said the country's chief executive officer in a different part of his speech about counter-narcotics efforts . But if these efforts were not made, the situation would get worse.

Nonetheless, the country's chief executive calls on all countries to fight this phenomenon: "We want everyone to cooperate, but some countries accuse Afghanistan alone and bring it all over Afghanistan. We expect them to take responsibility.

Abdullah Abdullah emphasized that we will not only come to the conclusion by covering the problem, but that its factors must be understood and identified, and then a solution will be found. Mr. Abdullah said: "We have a Geneva conference. There should be precise work by that time.

The chief executive director emphasized the lack of funding and the lack of coordination between domestic and foreign institutions and emphasized the need for joint and coordinated work. According to Abdullah Abdullah, the fight against drugs does not result without the coordination and cooperation of the international community and the countries of the region. The Executive Director appreciated "the countries that honestly worked."