Chancellor of Kabul University and Senior Minister Adviser of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Higher Education Affairs; had met with the UNDP Representative in Afghanistan.

On Wednesday, October 30, 2019 Professor Hamidullah Farooqi Chancellor of Kabul University and Senior Minister Adviser of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Higher Education Affairs; has met with the UNDP Resident Representative in Afghanistan, Dr. Abdullah Aldurdi in his office by presence of academic vice chancellor Dr. M. Naim Azimi.

At this meeting, Mr. Dr. Abdullah Aldurdi thanked the Kabul University chancellor for providing the meeting to discuss five issues about gender equality master's degrees, joint development economics master's degree, creation of expert group and potential capacities in quantitative economics, cooperation in structural economic development in Kabul University; building capacity for sustainable development and training of specialists in this sector by 2030, holding international conferences at Kabul University, and providing background for international experts to attend and develop macroeconomic policy. He asked Kabul University to introduce a number of students of this university to attend research group of the organization's annual national reports and their membership in other organizations United Nations Development Program (UNDP).

Professor Hamidullah Farooqi Chancellor of Kabul University and Senior Minister Adviser of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Higher Education Affairs; welcomed Mr. al-Dardari to the university's presidency, and thanked the UNDP and other international organizations for their cooperation with Kabul University. He welcomed and expressed his appreciation for the various scientific collaborations between the UNDP and Kabul University. Mr. Farooqi said that Kabul University and its students need these programs, especially in the development economics sector, and said that Kabul University is ready to cooperate in any of these programs, requesting co-operation in providing facilities and financial cooperation.

At the end of the program, the two sides pledged their cooperation to work on these joint programs and pledged their efforts until the next meeting to study the feasibility and provision of the fields.