President Ashraf Ghani inducted top security officials having strong anti Pakistan stand: Afghan media report
KABUL - President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday has introduced two major security chiefs who were former spy chiefs and had strong anti Pakistan stand.
Ghani said that Afghanistan is at a critical stage of the war and that now is the time that the Afghan security forces will come up with more strength and decisiveness on the battlefields.
Ghani made the remarks during the introduction ceremony of Assadullah Khalid as Acting Minister of Defense and Amrullah Saleh, as Acting Minister Interior Affairs, two stanch anti-Taliban and anti-Pakistan veterans who have been major critics of Pakistan’s Afghan policy, TOLO News has reported.
“We will still face destructive and imposed war until the we achieve peace,” Ghani said. “The management and leadership of the war needs more decisiveness, seriousness and planning.”
Meanwhile, the office of the Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah said the Afghan government finally reached to a conclusion that the war should not be stopped for peace and that the appointment of the two new security ministers is aimed to appear with more power on the warfronts.