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Afghan Unity March in London on June 23

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Afghan President Ghani

The Afghan community in the United Kingdom will stage a march in Central London to support the initiative of the Afghanistan government to unite the country to bring peace and progress….reports Asian Lite News

Afghan President Ghani

Several prominent members in the community are supporting the march on June 23, Friday at 2pm. The march will take place in front of the Afghan Embassy in central London.

“Some vexed interest elements are careating problems in our country,” said Hamid Sahil, political & educational activist and President of UEL Afghan Society. “We suffered a lot because of the illegal intervention of a prominent neighbouring country. We are united against these anti-Afghan movement in the UK and other parts of the world.

Noor Ahmad Sapand (political Activist); Gulwali pasarlay (political activist and Author of Lightless sky); Pritpal Singh (Afghan Sikh community leader and activist); Hamid Jan Kakar (political economical and educational activist);  Ramzy Noor (President, Afghan Diaspora); Gharghasht Gharghasht (President of Afghan voice radio) and Bashir Gharwal (President of Coventry Afghan Society) are among the prominent people supporting the march.

Abdullah Abdullah Afghanistan’s chief executive, attends a gathering in Kabul, Afghanistan

“Our message is clear, we stand for the Afghan Unity, we would like to let the world know that Afghans are peace loving nation who not only likes to see Afghanistan in peace but the entire world,” Mr Sahil added. “Some external and internal bodies are trying to cause disunity based on difference in language, colour, ethnicity or religious believes in order to get to their negatives goals, however, we would like them all to know that no power of the world can cause disunity among this great nation. We Stand United.

“We fully condemn the recent terror attacks in the U.K. As well as some parts of Europe and we would do anything to stand against such barbaric attacks on innocent people. Meantime, we would like to let the people of Britain to know that we Afghan suffer worse than these attacks on a daily basis. We also appeal to the world to punish any country which tries to inflame terrorism in neighbours.”

EVENT VENUE: In front of Afghan Embassy, 31 Princes Gate, Exhibition Rd, Knightsbridge, London SW7 1QQ – June 23, Friday at 2pm

 

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