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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Ferozkoh (BNA) Four irrigational projects were put into exploitation in Ghor province.
Abdul Hai Khatibi spokesman for Ghor governor told BNA reporter, the projects have been completed by 15 percent collaboration of people and Water and energy ministry at the cost of 8 million Afghani.
He added, with implementation of the mentioned projects, the potable water have been provided for 834 families in Lal and Sar-e-Jangal districts and Ferozkoh city.
Prior to this, another water supply project was exploited in Doulina district of that province.
T. Yarzada
 

Wednesday, 14 November 2018 07:18

Deserved Families Received Aids

Wednesday, November 14,2018

Kandahar (BNA) 1300 displaced and drought affected families received foodstuffs in Kandahar province yesterday.
Abdul Hanan Munib deputy governor of Kandahar told BNA correspondent, each family received rice and sugar by disaster management office of Kandahar province.
T. Yarzada
 

Wednesday, 14 November 2018 07:17

51 Armed Terrorists Killed Across The Country

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Kabul (BNA) The defense forces in the last 24 hours carrying out joint offensive operations in various parts of the country killed 51 armed terrorists and wounded 48 others.
According to national defense ministry press office to BNA, the operations with support of coalition forces conducted in Ghazni, Paktia, Nanarhar, Kunar, Kandahar, Urozgan, Farah, Ghor, Helmand and Nimroz provinces.
T. Yarzada
 

Wednesday, 14 November 2018 07:15

Taliban Rebels Killed in Urozgan Operation

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Trenkot (BNA) Ten Taliban rebels were killed in a clearing operation in Urozgan province last night.
The rebels were suppressed in parts of Khas district, Urozgan province.
ANA senior commander in south of the country told BNA, the rebels were suppressed on their strongholds in Khas district.
Several strongholds of Taliban with all war equipment have been demolished in the operation.
It is mentionable that no harm and losses suffered to security forces and civilians.
T. Yarzada
 

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Kabul (BNA)  During a meeting with Saudi Arabia ambassador to Kabul Jassin Mohammad Al-Khaldi, deputy minister of information and culture on publication affairs Fazel Sancharaki stressed on that country’s cooperation with Afghanistan in the fields of media and cultural affairs, BNA reported Tuesday.
Pointing at Saudi Arabia’s role and position in Islamic world, deputy MoIC thanked its efforts in bolstering Afghan peace process.
He asked Saudi Arabia to further enhance efforts to boost cultural and media relations between the two countries.
Saudi Arabia ambassador to Kabul stressed that Afghanistan is part of the Islamic world and Afghans are the religious brothers of our people, the agency added.
He assured of his country’s continued cooperation with Afghanistan particularly in term of cultural and media affairs.
In the meeting Dr. Muhibullah Zakri publication advisor of MoIC was also present.
 

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Kabul (BNA)  Chaired by Acting Minister of Information and Culture Hasina Safi, the coordination board meeting was held between the Ministry of Information and Culture (MoIC and international entities working in cultural fields in Afghanistan, BNA reported on Tuesday.
According to the agency, attended by the MoIC’s advisor on cultural affairs Dr. Khoshhal Rouhi, after discussions, the meeting finalized and approved the board’s procedure and duties.
Likewise, the international entities’ representatives and in-charges working in cultural sections in Afghanistan regularly presented their last three months’ work report and agreed upon sharing information between the ministry of information and culture and them, during which the board’s members list was also finalized.  Furthermore, Acting MoIC Hasina Safi stressed that those international organizations that are working in cultural fields in Afghanistan should share their activities with her ministry and be operational in coordination with other international entities that are the board’s members.
 

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Kabul (BNA)  Chaired by Acting Minister of Information and Culture Hasina Safi, the coordination board meeting was held between the Ministry of Information and Culture (MoIC and international entities working in cultural fields in Afghanistan, BNA reported on Tuesday.
According to the agency, attended by the MoIC’s advisor on cultural affairs Dr. Khoshhal Rouhi, after discussions, the meeting finalized and approved the board’s procedure and duties.
Likewise, the international entities’ representatives and in-charges working in cultural sections in Afghanistan regularly presented their last three months’ work report and agreed upon sharing information between the ministry of information and culture and them, during which the board’s members list was also finalized.  Furthermore, Acting MoIC Hasina Safi stressed that those international organizations that are working in cultural fields in Afghanistan should share their activities with her ministry and be operational in coordination with other international entities that are the board’s members.
 

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Kabul (BNA)  In a consultative meeting held at the Sapidar Palace, Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah and hundreds of elders, Jihadi figures, youth and culturists from different provinces exchanged views on political and security situation and upcoming presidential elections, BNA reported.
At the outset, a number of influential figures and elders spoke and lauded the CE’s national stances over the last years, asking him to clarify his views on upcoming changes particularly the presidential elections, the agency further said.
Thanking the participants for their support, CE Abdullah said we would not remain indifferent before people’s destiny and Afghanistan’s future.
Pointing at the country’s sensitive political and security situation, Dr. Abdullah added that decisions on ahead changes would be taken in consultation with different segments of people.
He stressed that Afghan people’s interests have always been considered in his decisions, adding nothing would be done in upcoming issues to be in contrary with national interests.
 

Wednesday, 14 November 2018 07:09

National Gallery Building Inaugurated

Wednesday November 14, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Acting Minister of Information and Culture Hasina Safi on Tuesday reopened the National Gallery building after its repairing completed, Bakhtar News Agency (BNA) reported.
National Gallery building’s history goes back to a hundred years and to protect its historical value, the ministry of information and culture has spent ten million Afghanis from its development budget for its repairing, according to BNA.
During the inauguration ceremony which was attended by the ministry’s advisors and a number of directors, besides calling reopening of the National Gallery an important step towards art works’ protection and preservation, Acting Minister Ms. Safi pointed out that the National Gallery in-charges should work on regular cultural plans to hold art works’ exhibitions two times in a month.
Art works can help us show Afghanistan’s real feature and history to the people, she added.
Furthermore, she stressed that the ground should be prepared to display the artists’ works so the enthusiasts can visit the exhibitions’ works and national gallery belongings.
Likewise, Directors of National Gallery, Mohammad Hashim Shareq thanked the ministry’s leadership for their cooperation in this respect.  He added there are 338 artworks being displayed in National Gallery halls.
Pointing at some problems and needs, he said, National Gallery needed a standard hall to display the artworks, a depot, a lab to repair the artworks, special lights, air conditioning system, art library, artworks’ digitalization and internet.
He added the ground should also be prepared for opportunities to hold professional educational programs.
At the end, Acting Minister Safi looked round the National Gallery and visited its different sections.
National Gallery in-charge, Sabera Rahmani told BNA that the gallery’s exhibition would be opened at visitors free of charge for a week.
 

Wednesday November 14, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah in a meeting with US ambassador to Kabul John Bass here at the Sapidar Palace, said presidential elections would be held on its due date. A statement from the CE Press office said yesterday.
Both sides discussed ongoing political and military situation, elections, peace process and bilateral relations, the statement added.
Dr. Abdullah said election will be held on due time, adding that peace is separated from elections. “Afghan government, electoral commissions, Afghanistan’s partners, UN and International Organizations are working to hold the elections on its due time and date.”
Reiterating his country’s support, US ambassador said his country was also committed to holding of on time presidential elections in Afghanistan.
 

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