Newly Appointed Kandahar Governor Hayat Calls for Peace
The newly-appointed governor of Kandahar Hayatullah Hayat has endorsed ongoing efforts, calling for the elimination of the enemies refusing the pleas for reconciliation.
Hayat showed his support to the Afghan security forces at the 205th Corps headquarters along with local tribal elders and religious scholars, and leadership from the 205th Corps.
Brigadier General Shafiqullah, the executive officer to the 205th Corps welcomed the Kandahar Governor and addressed the crowd.
“All brothers, sisters, mothers, and elders who have supported us are all welcome to the 20th Corps; the door is always open,” he said, “We will be vigilant, never sleep, and provide security. Soon peace will prevail.”
Governor Hayat went on to appeal to the people of Afghanistan to support and ask for peace, “Our President wants peace and our people want peace. I hope these talks lead to peace. We must destroy and kill our enemies who do not want peace.”
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