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Thursday, 05 September 2019 06:33

CE Abdullah Meets US Ambassador

Thursday September 5, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah has met with the US Ambassador, John Bass the other day, BNA reported. The meeting took place at the Sapidar Palace, where both exchanged views on peace, presidential election and the latest military-political changes in the country.
Ansari

 

Thursday September 5, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah met with Asian Development Bank’s General Director for Central and West Asia, Warner Liepach at Sapidar Palace yesterday. According to BNA report, in the meeting, Liepach briefed related to programs being implemented by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in Afghanistan and the region. The ADB’s general director for Central and West Asia assured of the bank’s continued investment in various field as transport, construction of infrastructures, railway, power and energy and agriculture in Afghanistan. He added that the bank by launching 25 projects in Afghanistan would increase to investment in the country. Chief Executive by praising the ADB for its programs and investments in Afghanistan welcomed the bank’s new plan, assuring of cooperation of the Afghan government for implementation of the bank’s programs in the country.
Ansari

Thursday, 05 September 2019 06:31

Commentary

Thursday, September 05, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Afghan people want a peace agreement to be extensive and respond to all questions and concerns of the people.
BNA political and social affairs analyst commenting on the issue writes Zalmay Khalilzad the US special envoy for Afghanistan after ending the 9th round of negotiation with Taliban came to Kabul from Doha to share the details of agreement of America and Taliban with Afghan government.
The spokesman of Afghan president has confirmed that Afghan government has been informed from the details of the agreement between America and Taliban and after precisely assessing it will announce its position in that regard.
There are many words regarding to the agreement between America and Taliban which have caused concerns among the people.
According to the media America has only informed a number of its allies including Afghanistan from the details of the agreement and have not given them the main copy of the agreement, even a number of senior members of President Trump’s government like Mr. John Bolton the security advisor of US president have no access to the agreement.
In the draft of the agreement between America and Taliban as the media reported Taliban have interred negotiation from the position of Islamic Emirates and not pointed to security issues as deserved. Generally the draft focused on issues relevant to the interests and programs of America and Taliban. 
What have mostly caused the concerns of Afghan people are the ambiguities of the agreement between America and Taliban that still a few people know about the context of it.
Afghan people have the right to know what is going on regarding the future and political fate of their country.
The people expect their government to share the realities with them. The people have coordinated the government in protecting public interests and safeguarding the achievements of the last eighteen years.
When the facts are hidden or due to regards not announced, in such a situation suspicions increased that leads to mentally destruction of people that is very dangerous, should be avoided.
The Afghan people   giving sacrifices supported democracy participated in the election and established an elected state.
This is Afghan government that safeguards the national identity and will of Afghan people, therefore in existence of such a system, the people have the right to know what programs and dealings are going on in that country that affect the fate of people.
The people expect, the current issues should be made public to further increase the unity and consensus between the people and the state.
 

Thursday, 05 September 2019 06:31

Wheat Yields Increased By 50 Percent in Badghis

Thursday, September 05, 2019
Qala-e-Naw (BNA) Wheat yields of Badghis province increased by 50 percent this year, BNA reported.
Provincial agriculture, irrigation and livestock directorate of the province in a statement told BNA, that the ongoing year’s wheat yields reached to 144 metric tons that shows 50 percent increase compare to the last year.
An official of agriculture, irrigation and livestock directorate of that province told BNA, the amount of the crops indicates that the farmers of the province produced 50,000 metric tons of wheat, more than the need of the local people.
He said that sufficient rainfall and timely distribution of modified seeds and fertilizer by the Ministry of Agriculture and donor institutions and control of natural disasters has increased wheat yields in the province, the agency said.
Yarzada

 

Thursday, September 5, 2019
Kabul (BNA)  A research and scientific seminar entitled ‘Supporting Afghan forces’ and maintaining the system of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, was held the other day.
The seminar, with over 250 participants, was held with the financial support of Hamwatan Voice, Cultural entity of Mawlana Habiburrahman Mahdi, Reforms Movement of the People of Afghanistan, Charity Foundation of Al-Haj Khaibar Ziarmal at the Zairmal Conference Hall, here in Kabul.
People of various stratum including political, cultural and military figures have attended the event in which the participants expressed their support to the country’s armed force and the Republic System of the country.
Yarzada

Thursday, 05 September 2019 06:29

Heads of Daikundi Development Councils Call on VP

Thursday, September 5, 2019
Kabul (BNA)  A number of heads of Daikundi development councils called on Second Vice President Sarwar Danesh and shared their problems and challenges facing the province with vice president.
In the meeting, participants first praised leadership of the government for attention to problems of the people, considering security challenges, health services and education as principal demands of the people of Daikundi.
Praising the government for timely taking step toward addressing insecurities of Kajran, Nawmish and Patto districts of the province, members of the councils added that there were still increasing threats in areas bordering the respective districts.
They asked the central government attention in this regard.
After hearing their demands and problems of the people of Daikundi, second vice president considered role of such councils as effective in identifying priorities of the people in remote districts.
The country’s second vice president stressed that the government was paying further attention to its policies for development of the districts, therefore, efforts were being made to effectively use of opportunities and capacities of local development in remote district of the country.
Danesh assured that security of the receptive districts would be maintained in close cooperation of local people and security organs.
Yarzada

Thursday, 05 September 2019 06:28

Taliban Shadow Governor for Baghlan Killed

Thursday, September 05, 2019
Pul-e-Khomri (BNA) Taliban shadow governor for Baghlan province with other 45 Insurgents was killed last night.
Mohammad Hanif Rezaee Shaheen 209 army corps spokesman told BNA, Mullah Abaidullah shadow governor of Taliban for Baghlan with 45 other Taliban insurgents were killed in an air raid in suburb of Pul-e-Khomri city.
Numerous of heavy and light weapons were also destroyed in the raid.
T. Yarzada

 

Thursday, September 05, 2019
Kabul (BNA)  Hundreds acres of agricultural land will be protected from flood risk by the construction of 360m protective wall and  75 m water dam.
Feraidon Azhand spokesman of rural rehabilitation and development ministry told BNA, the construction of the protective wall and water dam have been started by national citizenship program of rural rehabilitation and development ministry in Shahi village, Alinegar District.
He said that the project cost 13 million Afghanis, with completion work of the project, hundreds acres of agricultural land in that village will be protected from flood risk.
T. Yarzada

 

Thursday, 05 September 2019 06:28

Taliban Terrorist Group Killed in Kapisa Clash

Thursday, September 5, 2019
Mahmodraqi (BNA) Six Taliban terrorist group were killed by police in Kapisa province last night.
Selab 201 army corps spokesman told BNA, the Taliban were killed in Afghania region, Nejrab District, while they stormed on a police check- point, and they faced with resistance of security forces.
Four Taliban rebels were injured in the clash, numerous of war equipment were also seized by police forces.
T. Yarzada

Thursday, September 05, 2019
Gardiz (BNA)  Police chief of Ahmadabad district, Paktia province with his a solider was martyred  last night.
Abdullah Hasrat spokesman for Paktia governor told BNA, Mohammad Sarwar Hosainkhail police chief of Ahmadabad district, Paktia province with his a soldier was martyred when his vehicle struck a roadside mine in outskirt of the district.
Two other soldiers have been wounded in the blast, he added.

T. Yarzada
 

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