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Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The oppressed people of  Afghanistan after witnessing three consecutive decades of imposed war and civil instabilities resorted to averse migrations to fulfill their daily expenditures and still this  human tragedy is impacting the war-battered country while hundreds of these migrants had been victim of pathetic incidents in oceans and jungles and detention centers of foreign countries.
These inhuman acts are still faced by the Afghan refugees in various Asian, European and neighboring countries which finally followed grievance of civil society and government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and currently they are trying to convince the host countries to pursue humanitarian approach towards these refugees while Afghanistan itself is not in a position to provide employment to them after witnessing years of war and violence. 
So the host nations should honor their commitments with respect to international laws on migrations and bilateral agreements between Afghanistan and the host countries.
Based on Afghanistan’s foreign affairs ministry report, currently, more than one million Afghan refugees have been registered as legal migrants in Iran and they have gotten the rights to work and education and to utilize from social services in that country. 
Foreign affairs ministry also reported that the second phase of registration would be triggered after the holy month of Ramadan and both countries have expressed satisfaction over the contract which could boost relations between people and governments of the two brotherly nations.
It hoped that our foreign affairs and returnees ministries to pursue consultation with the Iranian side to seek solutions for the ongoing refugee problems through negotiations and diplomacy and to resolve legal procedures of the refugees committing any crime in Iran.
We hope that the governments of Afghanistan seriously follow these cases to eliminate humiliation and discriminations against nationals of Afghanistan in foreign countries as our oppressed people have seen major threats and crises during the 30 years of wars.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A trilateral meeting between the Deputy Foreign ministers of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Foreign Secretary of the Republic of India was held in Tehran on August 26, 2012.
The objective of the meeting was to explore ways to expand trade and transit cooperation, including investment among the three countries starting with Chahbahar Port.
It was agreed that a joint working group comprising from representatives of the three countries would meet within next three months at Chahbahar to take the discussion forward.
It was agreed that the exact date of the meeting would be decided through diplomatic channels.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The House of people with first chairman Hajji Abdul Zahir Qadir on the chair discussed the security situation and the uprising of people against Taliban, yesterday.
While expressing their concern over increasing security incidents in the west and northern parts of the country, the lawmakers called on security entities to ensure peace and security in the country.
Meantime, some of the MPs expressed their support to uprising in some provinces against Taliban militants.
However, the lawmakers cautioned that some circles my exploit the people uprising against Taliban for their own benefit which may eventually create new crisis, calling on government to closely monitor the uprising.
On the other hand, some of the lawmakers expressed concern over the involvement of the intelligence agencies of some countries in the region and calling on government to have close watch over the development.
The House has tasked the commission for national security to take the issue of people uprising against Taliban and deteriorating security situation with those at the helm of security affairs and report the outcome back to the house in next session.
The issue of insiders attack on NATO-led soldiers was also discussed and assigned the administrative board of the house to issues a statement in this connection.
The lawmakers also discussed the problems of Kabul international airport, the selling of Pamir planes to the Arianna Airline Company and poor services of cellular phone companies, calling for improvement in all fields.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai chaired the meeting of the Council of Ministers yesterday in which the policy on resettlement of the personnel of the national army was discussed. 
The meeting of the Council of Ministers (CM), after assessment of the policy confirmed it and instructed the ministries of interior affairs, defense, finance, organ development and the administration affairs department to work on the practical structure of the proposed policy. 
The draft policy on resettlement of the national army personnel is aimed at bringing about of necessary improvements; tract building at the ranks of the national army, improving the loading conditions of military personnel of the country and it is expected that this draft will be finalized. 
The objective for this draft is preparing the ground for building of residential blocs and residential houses in places of their duty, meeting the needs of the national army personnel, creation of facilities, ensuring of shelter, and carrying of duty in better manner for the lower and high-ranking military personnel and officers, protection of the martyrs families, disabled and shelter less retired officers in the center and provinces.