25 April 2018

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Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Kabul (BNA) President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, accompanied by a number of ministers, arrived in southeastern Khost province on Monday morning, a presidential statement said.
Upon his arrival, President Ghani inaugurated a newly-built runway and laid the foundation stone of buildings for fire tinder and radar in the provincial airport.
The president hoped the airport turn into main air route for the Loy Paktia region.
The president said his administration’s priority was to boost Khost province’s production and facilitate people with essential facilities, instructing the official in charge to do more for establishing of air corridor between Khost and Germany to export Pine nut of Loy Paktia.
The president also instructed the Ministry of Public Works to evaluate construction of highway along the Khost Airport to ease transportation of goods.
After the inauguration of the projects at the airport, President Ghani opened a power substation in the same province. With the completion of the project, 13,000 families will enjoy a reliable power facility.
 

Monday April 9, 2018

Kabul (BNA) President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani at the head of a high-ranking governmental delegation arrived Khost province this morning.
According to BNA report, it is supposed that Mohammad Ashraf Ghani during his trip in Khost province will inaugurate runway line, radar system, firefighters, road inside airport, electricity station for delivering electricity to 1300 families and several other projects. 
Mohammad Ashraf Ghani had visited Paktia province and met with local officials, religious scholars and tribal elders few days ago.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Monday, April 09, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Tens of government high-ranking officials, including cabinet ministers, members of the two houses of parliament and high security officials have attended the burial ceremony of late Haji Mohammad Ali Danesh, the father of the country’s Second Vice-President, Mohammad Sarwar Danesh, on Sunday, the Presidential Press Office said in a statement.
After the burial ceremony, a number of state leaders, including Chief Executive, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah and Haji Mohammad Mohaqqeq went to the house of the second vice-president for sharing their thought and condolence with his family and relatives.
According to another report, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani was saddened over demise of Haji Mohammad Ali Danesh, father of Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danesh.
In a statement released by presidential office said that the deceased was one of the country’s benevolent and righteous figures who had made effort for nurturing and educating children of the country. His death is a loss. In the statement, the country’s President offered sympathy and condolence to VP Danesh and the deceased family and wished paradise to the deceased.
According to another report, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in a separate statement condoled the death of Abdul HaleemArzbeki, one of Kunduz elders who has passed away due to illness he was suffering.
The deceased Abdul Haleem Arzbeki was one of province’s influential figures who spent part of his valuable life in jihad and served in government institutions. His death is a loss.
The country’s President offered his condolence and sympathy to the deceased family and the people of Kunduz and wished paradise to the deceased. Also, National Security Advisor Mohammad HanifAtmar in a message has condoled the demise of al-Hajj Mohammad Ali Danesh, father of Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danesh. In the message, national security advisor offered his deep condolence and sympathy to the deceased family and Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danesh and wished paradise to the deceased.
 

Monday, April 09, 2018

Kabul (BNA) President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, met with the outgoing Indian Ambassador, Manpreet Vohra at the Char Chanar Palace, where he conferred him the Ghazi Mir Masjedi Khan state medal, the presidential Press Office said in a statement Sunday.
The meeting took place late on Saturday night, and the president thanked the outgoing ambassador for his hard work toward strengthening and expansion of political, economic and cultural relations between the two countries, the statement said.
The president also thanked him for his country’s cooperation in the infrastructural projects and the friendly country’s gratitude commitments to Afghanistan, at the Brussels Conference, according to the statement.
Meanwhile, Mr. Vohra thanked the president for conferring the medal and said during his tenure in Afghanistan, he had done much for boosting relations between the two countries
 

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