Abed Nadjib

Minister Counselor at the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Bonn / Berlin

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Abed Nadjib enter academic life in 1983 after a brief period in the private sector. He participated in a number of various research projects at the Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany. During this time, he was involved in caring for and supporting Afghan refugees in Pakistan through the German NGO HELP (eV).

In 1994 he entered Afghan foreign politics and has contributed significantly to the country's domestic stability and international political relations. He was responsible for guiding the political debate on democratization and modernization of Afghanistan at the Bonn Process of Afghanistan's recent emergency Loya Jirga.

He also played an important role in developing strategies of economic cooperation and humanitarian aid at Afghanistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 2006, he founded the German-Afghan Society and retained the post of Director there until 2009. In March of that same year, he was appointed Minister Counselor at the Embassy of the Islamic State of Afghanistan in Bonn/Berlin.

After completing primary and secondary school in Kabul, Abed Nadjib pursued further qualifications in Germany from 1971 to 1978.