EU Stresses on More Anti-Corruption Efforts by Afghan Govt
KABUL – The EU Delegation to Afghanistan on Thursday held its sixth annual Anti-Corruption Conference at the Presidential Palace.
The conference gathered around 150 participants from civil society, the private sector, official institutions, media, and the international community.
EU Ambassador Andreas Von Brandt at the event emphasized the importance of strengthening anti-corruption efforts as a measure to build trust between the Afghan people and their government as well as with the international donor community.
“Trust is an equally crucial component to achieve sustainable peace,” he said.
Ambassador von Brandt highlighted the need for a strong regulatory framework, including by developing a robust new Anti-Corruption Strategy, which President Ghani confirmed will be done, through an inclusive process based on lessons learned from the past...read more