President awards State Medal to Canadian envoy

Written by The Frontier Post

KABUL (Agencies): President Ashraf Ghani awarded state medal of Ghazi Mir Masjidi Khan to David Metcalfe, the outgoing ambassador of Canada to Afghanistan at the Presidential Palace in recognition of his efforts and services during his tenure in Kabul on Tuesday.

According to the report, President Ghani commended Ambassador David Metcalfe for his endeavors in further consolidation of ties and enhancing mutual trust and cooperation between Afghanistan and Canada and wished him success in his future missions.

“Canada’s cooperation and bilateral ties on shared values, women empowerment, peace, support to education and health are remarkable essence of our relations,” said the President.

Ambassador Metcalfe extended gratitude to President Ghani for awarding him with the state medal and termed his mission in Afghanistan historic. He also thanked Afghans for their hospitality and expressed happiness on working with them.

He hoped that peace and stability prevail in Afghanistan so that he can visit the country with his family as tourists.

David Metcalfe stressed that Canada remains committed to the Afghan government and people and would participate at the upcoming Geneva Conference to renew its commitments to Afghanistan particularly in the areas of peace and development.

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