Kerry: Afghan Unity Govt. Could Prove Turning Point

Kerry: Afghan Unity Govt. Could Prove Turning Point U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says the completion of a power-sharing deal and successful political transition in Afghanistan could be a turning point for the war-torn South Asian country. The top U.S. diplomat played a major part in helping negotiate the deal under which the two candidates in Afghanistan's disputed presidential election agreed to form a national unity government. Late last month, Ashraf Ghani was sworn in as president, replacing outgoing President Hamid Karzai. Abdullah Abdullah became chief executive, in a new role similar to prime minister. In an interview with VOA's Afghan service, Kerry praised the statesmanship of both leaders, whom he said "came together with a deep realization that they needed to be patrio...
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