Students from Alexander Hamilton Institute Visit Afghan Embassy

On June 21, a delegation of 22 college students from the Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization (AHI) visited Afghanistan embassy.

The aim of the visit was to create an opportunity for young students to learn about Afghanistan, its culture, and the most current political, social, economic and security developments.

In the 90-minute session, students were given separate presentations on the above issues by Mrs. Fawzia Etemadi and Mr.Majeed Qarar, the Embassy’s Cultural Attaché.

Ambassador Hamdullah Mohib welcomed the students and underscored the importance of cross culture understanding and dialogue. “Such opportunities can help students and researchers learn about realities better than what is reflected on media on Afghanistan” said the Ambassador.

Dr. Juliana Geran Pilon, a Senior Fellow at The Alexander Hamilton moderated a Q&A session, and concluded the program thanking the Afghan embassy for hosting the visitors.