President's Words
We, the majority of the Afghan people, are relentlessly pursuing the vision of building the institutions of our Islamic Republic, enjoying internal peace and national unity and solidarity, serving as a hub of regional connectivity and a center of Islamic learning, and functioning as an Asian Roundabout and a platform of regional and global cooperation.


We don’t have a more comprehensive message than this; we should hear from the innocent children. That what we, the passing generation, done for them and how [we] turn into a bridge. The message of Afghanistan’s children is the failed result of our past.

This is not the matter what legacy I have inherited; the history will judge it what changes we will bring to this legacy. At any cost, [we] will make this legacy a good one for future.

No individual politicians, hereinafter, would be permitted to have local police; all local police cadres operate under command of City Police and are only accountable for the government. Our aim are to build a service-full government not a dictator or unresponsive.

“I celebrate the day when my order is rejected by Afghanistan’s Supreme Court based on the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.”

“I am not the president but the first servant of Afghanistan’s people, and we should once again revive the principles, of Rashidun Caliphates.

“Our initial hope is that the Ulema (religious scholars) and government stand united with each other. I am proud that, through release of a statement, honorable Ulema clearly analyzed the country’s current status.

We expect our political clusters to keep the nation united, because by creating any gap in the society will benefit the enemy.