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Thursday, October 31, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah participated and delivered speech in a ceremony held in Turkish embassy the other day on the occasion of marking 96th anniversary of establishment of the Republic of Turkey in Kabul.
Speaking in the ceremony, chief executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah called Turkey as one Afghanistan’s historic and strategic partners, praising the country for its continued presence and assistance to Afghanistan in the past years.
The country’s chief executive congratulated the 96th anniversary of the Republic of Turkey to Turkish President, the people of Turkey, Turkish ambassador and militaries to Afghanistan, wishing prosperity and tranquility for the government and people of Turkey.
Stressing on transparency of Afghanistan presidential election process, chief executive considered maintaining peace as priorities of the government and people of Afghanistan.
Yarzada

 

Thursday, October 31, 2019
Kabul (BNA)  In a meeting with the Russian Ambassador to Afghanistan, Aleksandr Mantytsky, Dr. Hamdullah Mohib, the country’s National Security Advisor called the role of the regional countries very important in peace process success in Afghanistan, a statement from his office said Wednesday.
The country’s National Security Advisor also called Russia one of the countries could do its best for the Afghan peace process and said Russia’s cooperation in this field was important, the statement said.
At the meeting both sides spoke about the ongoing peace process and Dr. Mohib said:
“Not only the regional countries but the close neighboring countries can help and play their role in the success of the process.”
Both sides also spoke about continuation of relation between Afghanistan and Russia, said the statement.
Yarzada

Thursday, October 31, 2019
Kabul (BNA)  The Ministry of Information and Culture (MoIC) has issued operating license to Ustad Bahra Learning, Cultural and Research Center to honor the 120th birth anniversary of the deceased Ustad Abdul Wahid Bahra, founder of Herat’s modern education and culture in 1921 in Amani era.
The license was granted to founder of the center Wali Shah Bahra, who was wished further success in implementation of Ustad Bahra’s superior cultural and literal goals.
Yarzada

 

Thursday October 31, 2019
PUL-E-KHUMRI CITY (BNA) Safe and clean drinking water will provided to 350 families in northern Baghlan province.
Eng. Ramin an in-charge of Agha Khan Foundation in development sector told BNA correspondent, the water supply network will built with a sum of 170,000 USD dollar by Agha Khan Foundation in Bagh Arabha region, Pul-e-Khumri city the provincial capital of the province within the next six months.
Mohammad Asef Mohammadi resident of Pul-e-Khumri city while appreciating Agha Khan Development Foundation said, safe and clean drinking water must provide to all residents of Pul-e-Khumri city.
M.A.Ansari

 

Thursday, 31 October 2019 07:27

Four Narcotic Drug Smugglers Detain in Nimroz

Thursday October 31, 2019
ZARANJ CITY (BNA) Four people accused of narcotic drug smuggling were arrested by Afghan national police personnel in Nimroz province.
Ibrahim Amini in-charge of publication in police chief of Nimroz said BNA reporter, the people along with 520g heroin and 300g opium were arrested by Afghan counter-narcotic drug police personnel.
M.A.Ansari

Thursday, 31 October 2019 07:26

Dozens Kgs of Drugs Seized in Samangan

Thursday, October 31, 2019
Aibak (BNA) The police of Samangan province arrested a man with more than 140kgs of drugs yesterday.
Colonel Mohammad Hosain Tahiri head of Samangan security directorate told BNA, the man was arrested at a security checkpoint of Aibak city with 148kgs of drugs.
T. Yarzada

Thursday, 31 October 2019 07:26

Key Taliban Associate Detained in Nimroz

Thursday, October 31, 2019
Nimroz (BNA) The NDS personnel arrested a key associate of Taliban terrorist group in Nimroz province yesterday.
Maiwand Mojahid press in charge of NDS office told BNA correspondent, Mohammad Ibrahim resident of Charkh district, Logar province which is a key member of Taliban group and was involved in many terrorist acts in Nimroz province, was identified and arrested by NDS personnel in Zaranj city.
T. Yarzada

Thursday, 31 October 2019 07:26

Taliban Rebels Killed in MaidanThursday,

Thursday, October 31, 2019
Maidan-Wardak (BNA) Ten Taliban rebels were killed in a clearing operation conducted by security troops in Maidan-Wardak province last night.
The operation carried out on hideouts of Taliban in parts of Maidan-Shaher and Syeedabad district.
Security source of Maidan-Wardak told BNA, ten Taliban rebels were killed in the operation.
Two strongholds of the rebels with all war equipment have been destroyed.
T. Yarada

 

Thursday October 24, 2019
Kabul (BNA) President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani discussed momentous projects of Japan in Afghanistan in a meeting with Shinichi Kitaoka, the chairman of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in Tokyo, the capital of Japan yesterday. According to BNA report, the president believed that Afghanistan can take advantage of Japan’s successful models and approaches in agriculture, water management and irrigation, dam construction, reforestation, land and urban development, and mining.
President Ghani described Japan as a steadfast friend and strategic partner of Afghanistan and extended gratitude to the country for its multifaceted cooperation and assistance in different fronts, particularly within the past 18 years. The president talked over the Afghan government’s progress in land sector, urban development plans for five large cities of the country, modification and passing legislation pieces and urged Japan to share its experience and successful models in those areas. He added following the amendment of the Mining Law, Afghanistan is keen to attract foreign investments in this sector and called on the Japanese investors and private sector to make investment in this area, particularly on rare earth materials such as Lithium.
The JICA chairman welcomed the president to Japan and assured on their cooperation with Afghanistan in various areas including agricultural development, land management as well as training Afghan students to enable them to learn those models and apply them in their own country.
According to another report, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani also met with Natsuo Yamaguchi, leader of the Komeito party during his visit to Japan and discussed Afghanistan-Japan cooperation, cultural and historical relations. Natsuo Yamaguchi affirmed Komeito party’s commitment to provide political support for any development initiative of the Japanese government for Afghanistan. President Ghani hailed the Komeito leader’s commitment for supporting Afghanistan and said Afghanistan seeks for a close relationship with all the countries in the world and the region in order to expand cooperation with those countries.
Ansari

 

Thursday October 24, 2019
Kabul (BNA) President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit in Tokyo city, the capital of Japan yesterday. According to BNA report, both sides discussed developments, continued cooperation, investment in Afghanistan, in particular in mining areas, peace, stability and security. Extending condolences over recent victims of the natural disasters in Japan, President Ghani thanked the country’s warm hospitality said it was a honor attending the enthronement ceremony of Japan empire. Hinting to bilateral friendly and strategic ties between the two countries, the President thanked the Japanese assistance to Afghanistan, adding reformation has taken place in mining sector of the country and amendments has also been made to the existed law, asking PM Abe to encouraged investors to invest on Afghanistan mining sector. Thanking President Ghani for participation of the Japan empire’s enthronement ceremony, PM Abe reiterated his country’s continued support to Afghanistan, in particular in areas of capacity building. Praising Afghans stance against terrorism, Japanese PM said ensuring peace in Afghanistan was indeed ensuring peace in the world, adding Japan was supporting Afghan-led and owned peace talks. Japanese PM went on saying that his country security was affected by recent move of the North Korea, asking President Ghani to support Japan’s stance against the North Korea. PM Abe applauded recent progress in mining sector of Afghanistan, showing his country’s interest in investments on mining sector.
Ansari

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