Afghanistan has a deep and bleeding wound that is threatening the self-reliance of the Afghan state. That wound is corruption – and the bleeding needs to stop as highlighted by President Ashraf Ghani the hope lies with the new generation of young Afghans who want to break away from the culture of patronage and corruption. The EU in Afghanistan believes in a new generation with a new attitude. Therefore the EU today launches the third theme of its 2017 anti-corruption campaign focussing on prevention of corruption in Afghanistan.
Address by Ambassador, Head of European Union Delegation to the Republic of Kazakhstan Mr Traian Laurenṭiu Hristea at the Extended Session of the National Commission for Women, Family and Demographic Policy under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan