Chancellor of Kabul University has met with Executive Vice President of the Atlas Institute of America and Head of the Institute for Legal and Economic Studies of Afghanistan

Dr. Tom J. Palmer, Vice President of the Atlas Institute, and Mr. Mohammad Khalid Ramzi, Head of the Afghanistan Institute for Legal and Political Studies, has met with Professor Hamidullah Farooqi Chancellor of Kabul University and Senior Minister Adviser of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Higher Education Affairs; in the Kabul University Presidential Office. They have exchanged views and ideas on specific points.

Mr. Palmer expressed gratitude for the opportunity to meet with the Chancellor of the Kabul University and his presence at an Afghan academic institution and then on the joint needs of the Atelas Institute, Kabul University and the Institute for Legal and Economic Studies of Afghanistan. The areas mentioned are the areas for sustainable development growth in Afghanistan and provide more areas for human development and progress. Recalling his responsibility as a member of the Leadership Council of the Institute for Legal and Economic Studies of Afghanistan, Mr. Palmer expressed his interest in working with Afghan cultural and academic institutions, especially the Kabul University, and emphasized the continued development of joint partnerships.

Subsequently, Professor Hamidullah Farooqi Chancellor of Kabul University and Senior Minister Adviser of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Higher Education Affairs; welcomed Dr. Palmer's presence in Afghanistan and welcomed them to Kabul University, and welcomed the joint cooperation between the three institutions. He cited the challenges posed by the lack of many professors and scientists in Kabul University and the inadequate education and training opportunities for the nearly two million interested in higher education in the country, and called it a challenge to the Afghan education system. He expressed his gratitude the International institutions in this area emphasized the continuity of cooperation and the provision of more and better educational backgrounds. In his remarks, Mr. Farooqi also thanked the work of the Institute for Legal and Economic Studies of Afghanistan and its Director, Mr. Mohammad Khalid Ramzi, who has worked in particular with Kabul University in various fields. In addition, the Institute for Legal and Economic Studies donated one hundred volumes of their work to the Kabul University in their respective areas of work, which was accepted with gratitude by the Kabul University Chancellor.

At the end of the meeting, Mr. Mohammad Khalid Ramzi, Dean of the Institute for Legal and Economic Studies of Afghanistan, also expressed his satisfaction with the opportunity to meet with the Institute's functions and their cooperation and joint plans with the Kabul University.

It is noteworthy that the Institute for Legal and Economic Studies of Afghanistan has been active in the field of freedom, human rights, pluralism, market economy and capitalist system in the country and abroad for over ten years and has been instrumental in defending Afghanistan. Their creepy values ​​have been accomplished through conducting studies, seminars, authoring and translating related scientific works, etc.