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Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Kabul (BNSA) Japan Foreign Minister as a high ranking delegation arrived Kabul today. 
According to BNA reporter from Kabul International Airport, the aim of his trip is visit with Hamid Karzai President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and Zalmai Rasool Minister of Foreign affairs and also negotiation regarding Tokyo conference which will be held regarding the assistances of that country to Afghanistan in the near future and also further consolidation of friendly relations between the two countries. 
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Kabul (BNAS) Minister of Martyrs, Crippled and Social Affairs Mrs. Amena Afzali met with the ambassador of India in Kabul yesterday in connection with cooperation of that country with this ministry. 
During this meeting, due to lauding that country’s cooperation with this ministry, Mrs. Afzali asked that country’s cooperation in connection with training of professional cadres and providing equipment and possibilities for Crippled National Institute. 
Afterwards, the Indian ambassador pledged to cooperate that institute and provide facilities for it.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The special week of eighth anniversary of Constitution of Afghanistan was marked by the secretariat of the Senate yesterday. 
The ceremony was attended by some members of National Assembly, Dr. Humayun Azizi minister of state for parliamentary affairs, administrative personnel of senate. 
Addressing the ceremony Fazle Hadi Muslimyar Chief of senate called the constitution as a national document and the will of the people, the source of which has been the Holy Kuran and Mohammadan Hadiths in which the rights of nationals, human dignity, freedom of speech, education, health services and other legal issues are incorporated of which all nationals of the country benefit. 
He added that this national document obliges the government to tend to the needs of the people especially the disabled, Kuchis, women and other nationals of the country.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Professor Abdul Salam Azimi, chief justice and acting head for Afghan high court on Monday met with Nizamuddin Shamsuddin, Tajik president’s special envoy, Tajik’s deputy minister for foreign affairs, who have arrived to Kabul in their formal visit. 
The Afghan chief justice first spoke about good relations of the two countries and considered that the old relations between Afghanistan and Tajikistan and their efforts for maintaining peace and stability in the region are made jointly by the two countries. 
While briefing related to stance of Afghan judicial system towards consolidation of law and maintaining of justice, the Afghan chief justice praised the judicial system of the two countries and considered that signing the bilateral agreement of submitting the criminals, which is implemented is a good sign of mutual cooperation and hoped that such relations and ties should be further expanded. 
In return, Tajik president’s special envoy and Tajik’s deputy minister for foreign affairs considered the relations between the two countries as important and said relations between Afghanistan and Tajikistan are currently better in various sectors as political, economical and social. 
He said we are trying to expand the ties in judicial areas which are very beneficial for both countries.