“CE Abdullah Abdullah met with US John Bass'>Ambassador John Bass and the two sides exchanged views on a range of issues including the peace process, the presidential elections and the ongoing military and political developments in the country,” his office said in a statement.
US Ambassador in Kabul, John Bass, in a tweet said he “fully supports” Afghanistan’s Human Rights Commission’s view on “these forced detentions.” AIHRC earlier today called for the release of two Afghan activists who exposed reports on sex abuse allegations in #Logar .
The US ambassador to John Bass'>Kabul John Bass “strongly” condemned Sunday’s attack on UN personnel in #Kabul , and offered “condolences and support to the families and colleagues of those killed and injured in the service of Afghans and of humanity.” #Afghanistan
US ambassador John Bass in a tweet welcomed the release of AUAF professors and called it an important humanitarian step by Afghan government and Taliban. “One step leads to a step in response. More steps create a pathway to peace in #Afghanistan .”
US Amb. John Bass in tweet said US supports Ghani’s announcement to "release three Taliban prisoners to promote peace – and the decision to reassess their pending transfer following the attacks in Logar and Kabul on Nov 12 -13.” #Afghanistan
US John Bass'>Ambassador John Bass on Twitter strongly condemned the attack in #Kabul and mourned the loss of innocent lives, saying “there is no justification for terrorism.” He also called for a halt to “all attacks on civilians in #Afghanistan .”
The US ambassador to #Kabul , John Bass, told TOLOnews that “the United States government welcomes and strongly supports President Ghani’s courageous decision to release three Taliban prisoners.” #Afghanistan
The US ambassador to #Kabul , John Bass, met with Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah and they discussed the “conditional release of Anas Haqqani and the two other Haqqani Network members,” Abdullah’s office said. #Afghanistan