The Embassy of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in New Delhi conferred the members of Afghan Youth Parliament with appreciation letters followed with breakfast on December 15, 2017 at Gandahara Hall in New Delhi.

While addressing the participants, Dr. Shaida Mohammad Abdali, the Ambassador of Afghanistan to India appreciated the members of Afghan Youth Parliament for their success over the recent International Youth Conference for peace 2017. Motivating them to work hard towards achieving peace and stability in Afghanistan, Dr. Abdali said: “Afghanistan was one of the very first countries along with India who incepted the non-violence movement, while this is the responsibility of our young generation to follow what our ancestors did 100 years back.”

While touching upon the age-old cultural relations between India and Afghanistan, the Afghan Ambassador said: “the historical monuments in each part of India indicate the depth of our cultural relations with India.”

During the gathering, Dr. Kamal Sadat, the Deputy Minister of Youth, Afghanistan thanked the Embassy of Afghanistan in India for cooperation in organizing the International Youth Conference for Peace 2017 and making it a success. Dr. Sadat solicited the Embassy of Afghanistan in India for such of more cooperation in future.

The members of the Afghan Youth Parliament were awarded with appreciation letters by the Ambassador of Afghanistan and diplomats.

The members of Afghan Youth Parliament have recently participated in International youth Conference for Peace2017 held at Nehru Memorial Museum and Library in New Delhi.  The event was organized by Afghanistan’s Youth Parliament, India Foundation, Deputy Ministry of Youth-Afghanistan and United Nations (UN) Youth in close coordination with the Embassy of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in New Delhi to mark Afghanistan’s Youth year. The conference saw participation of youth from 50 countries across the world.

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