عبدالله عبدالله (زاده ۱۹۶۰ در کابل) سیاستمدار اهل افغانستان است. وی وزیر امور خارجه پیشین این کشور و از نامزدان ارشد مقام ریاست جمهوری در افغانستان است که معاونین اول و دوم انتخابی ایشان محمد خان و محمد محقق می باشد(۱۳۹۳). عبدالله از یاران نزدیک احمد شاه مسعود بود. او در دوران نبرد با طالبان، بهعنوان سخنگوی جبهه مسعود و پل ارتباطی آنان با جهان شناخته میشد. عبدالله بین سالهای ۲۰۰۱ تا ۲۰۰۶ در دولت حامد کرزی، وزیر امور خارجه افغانستان بود.
ډاکټر عبدالله عبدالله (زېږېدنه: ۵ د سېپتمبر، ۱۹۶۰ ز. -) (په انګرېزي: Dr. ) د افغانستان په اوسني سياست کې يوه ښکېله څېره ده. هغه د افغانستان د Abdullah Abdullahجبهه ملي د ګوند غړی او د ۱۳۸۸ ل. کال د ټولټاکنو کې د ولسمشرۍ خپلواکه کانديد ؤ. تر دې وړاندې هغه د افغانستان په لنډمهاله دولت کې د باندنيو چارو وزير پاتې شوی او د وزارت د مودې نه وړاندې د شمالي ټلوالې او د قومندان احمد شاه مسعود پخوانی وياند او د نظار شورا فعاله غړی هم پاتې شوی چې د طالبانو د واکمنۍ په وروستيو وختونو کې د احمد شاه مسعود د وژل کېدو وروسته وغوړيد.
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Abdullah Abdullah (Persian: عبدالله عبدالله, born on September 5, 1960) is a politician in Afghanistan and a doctor of medicine. He was an adviser and a close friend of Ahmad Shah Massoud, the Northern Alliance leader and commander known as the "Lion of Panjshir," who was assassinated in September 2001. After the fall of the Taliban regime, Dr. Abdullah served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan from 2001 until 2005. In 2009, Abdullah ran as an independent candidate in the Afghan presidential election and came in second place with 30.5% of the total votes. On November 1, 2009, Abdullah quit the runoff election that would have taken place six days later, on November 7, due to allegations of electoral fraud. In 2010, he created the Coalition for Change and Hope, which is one of the leading democratic opposition movements in Afghanistan. In 2011, the coalition was transformed into the National Coalition of Afghanistan, which is supported by dozens of Afghan political parties and members of parliament challenging the government of Hamid Karzai. He was one of the eight qualified candidates in the 2014 presidential election, which were held on 5 April 2014.
Soviet war in Afghanistan
In September 1985 Abdullah became the Head of the Health Department for the Panjshir Resistance Front coordinating treatments and health care for the resistance fighters and the civilian population. Abdullah soon became a close associate and advisor to Commander Ahmad Shah Massoud in the Soviet war in Afghanistan.Following the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan the Wall Street Journal named Massoud "the Afghan who won the Cold War".
In October 2001 the Taliban regime was overthrown by Operation Enduring Freedom including NATO and United Front forces. As a result of the Bonn conference on Afghanistan, Abdullah was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Interim Administration in December 2001. Following the 2004 Afghanistan Presidential Elections, Abdullah was one of the few people who kept their position from the Transitional Government and was re-appointed as Minister of Foreign Affairs for another year. In 2005 he resigned his position.
2009 presidential election
On May 6, 2009, Abdullah registered as an Independent candidate for the 2009 Afghan presidential election, running against incumbent president Hamid Karzai. Shia) as Second Vice President.
Abdullah selected as his running mates Humayun Shah Asefi as his First Vice President and Dr. Cheragh Ali Cheragh (a surgeon from Kabul who is a practicing
National Coalition of Afghanistan
After the 2009 Afghan Presidential Elections, Abdullah created the Coalition for Change and Hope (CCH). The CCH presents the leading democratic opposition movement against the government of Hamid Karzai. In the September 18, 2010, parliamentary election the Coalition for Change and Hope won more than 90 seats out of 249 seats becoming the main opposition party. As a result, it is assumed that the new Parliament will introduce some checks and balances on the Presidential power. In December 2011, the "National Coalition of Afghanistan" supported by dozens of Afghan political parties and led by Abdullah Abdullah was formed to challenge the government of President Hamid Karzai.
Abdullah has been the Secretary General of the Massoud Foundation since June 2006. The Massoud Foundation is an independent, non-aligned, non-profitable and non-political organization established by people who have been affected by the life of Massoud. It provides humanitarian assistance to Afghans especially in the fields of health care and education. It also runs programs in the fields of culture, construction, agriculture and welfare.