19 February 2020

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Wednesday, February 05, 2020
Kabul (BNA)  President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, at the first meeting of the counter-drugs commission, called creation of the commission an important measure and said any-program in this field should be run and get practical, a statement from the Presidential Palace said Tuesday.
In the meeting which was attended by the deputy counter-drugs minister, the country’s president pointed to the Ministry of Public Health’s reports about the growing number of drug addicts and called it a big challenge in the country.
“Any efforts and program needed to counter the vicious phenomenon of drugs, should be run and be carried out,” said the country’s president after hearing information shared by the deputy counter-drugs minister.
The country’s president said all government instructions, including the ministries of information and culture, education, higher education, public health and telecommunication and information technology, to provide and develop their programs and plans in the field of fighting drugs and the ministries of agriculture, water and livestock, rural development and mines and commerce to work on the chain value of the alternative livelihood, the statement quoted.
The president added that the security and defense organs of the country should work on prevention and trafficking of the drugs and said the independent local organs should work jointly with the governors in this field.
He also noted that work should be done with the international organizations particularly, the Interpol and the United Nations Office and Drug and Crime to help campaign further besieged against the phenomenon.
The president also said that the ministry of interior should further concentrate on the rule of law and the security system of the country’s airports.

Wednesday, February 05, 2020
Kabul (BNA)  Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah in a statement stressed that with perceiving concerns and challenges of work of media and journalists, all government institutions should cooperate with media and Afghan citizens in delivering information to them as the era of concealing the truths and censorship has gone.
According to the statement, freedom of expression and press freedom are considered as the most significant achievements of the people of Afghanistan, so the protection of this national achievement is the responsibility of all as citizens and government officials.
Based on the country’s constitution, the law on access to information and all other laws, government institutions are obliged to share information with media and Afghan citizens, the statement added.
In the statement, the country’s chief executive said that he would soon hold a joint meeting with media officials to discuss effective and constructive ways of cooperation between government institutions and representatives of media organizations.
It is worth mentioning that a number of news agencies in Afghanistan in a statement have expressed their concerns about not providing information by the government.

Wednesday, February 05, 2020
Kabul (BNA) Acting Minister of Information and Culture Ms. Hasina Safi, the other day introduced the women support procedure to the ministry’s staffs, BNA reported.
Calling the main aim of the procedure was creation of safe work environment for women, the acting minister noted that women, with no discrimination were working in similar posts with men in the ministry.
She went on as saying: “Women shouldn’t misuse the opportunities available for them and should not demand for support from the authorities,”  The leadership of the ministry, according to her, supported hardworking women and those using the opportunities for their capacity building and making efforts to appear as an efficient and innovator in her administration.
She advised the women staffs and personnel of the ministry to work hard based on job description and ask their rights from the authorities in case of being refused.  “They shouldn’t allow others to lose their rights or disrespect them.”
She thanked the commission which has provided and approved the procedure.
Hasib Sharifi, expert in development and policy of the ministry, also explained the women support procedure to the meeting participants and said that the commission in charge has provided the procedure in four chapter and 24 articles.  According to him, the women, after studying the procedure, can share their views and suggestions for its enrichment.
Masouda Qarizada

Wednesday, 05 February 2020 06:17

Needy Families Received Aids

Wednesday, February 05, 2020
Asadabad (BNA) Cash donation were made to dozens of needy families in Kunar.
These families have been displaced due to presence of terrorists in their homes in Manogi district of Asadabad.
Media office of Kunar with releasing a statement said, each of 313 families has received 18,000 Afghanis.
The money was donated by a charity foundation to needy families.
T. Yarzada

Wednesday, February 05, 2020
Mazar-e-Sharif (BNA) The commando forces released a civilian from grip of Taliban.
Mohammad Hanef Rezaee Shaheen 209 army corps spokesman told BNA, the commando forces in a clearing operation released the civilian from grip of Taliban in Hosainkhail village, Balkh district.
In the operation a Taliban insurgent was killed and two others have been injured.
T. Yarzada

Wednesday, 05 February 2020 06:14

Taliban Mine Planters Killed in Herat

Wednesday, February 5, 2020
Herat (BNA) Two Taliban mine planters were killed in their own mine blast in Oba District, Herat.
The mine planters while wanted to plant a barrel mine in Oba district on the path of government forces, the mine exploded and killed them.
It is said that three Taliban insurgents were also killed in a clash by security forces in Zwal district yesterday.
In the clash a security forces was martyred.
T. Yarzada

Wednesday, 05 February 2020 06:14

Criminal Suspects Detained in Balkh

Wednesday, February 5, 2020
Mazar-e-Sharif (BNA) Police of Balkh arrested three men on charges of criminal crimes with a weapon in Balkh province.
Adel Shah Adel spokesman for Balkh security directorate told BNA, police of 2nd PD of Mazar-e-Sharif arrested the men on suspicion of armed robbery and harassment of citizens from 2nd PD of Mazar-e-Sharif city.
A weapons, a corolla car was seized from the detainees.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday February 4, 2020
Kabul (BNA) Peace is an essential need for people of Afghanistan, but reaching to peace as a national desire of Afghans seems difficult so far.
BNA analyst commenting on the issue writes, considering the recent issues discussed in US-Taliban negotiation in Doha, need to peace and its importance to social, economic and political fields understandable in different dimensions, but demands and requests are given to specified groups by others complicated the peace process.
There is no need to deep scrutiny about peace negotiation, because, internal and external politicians frequently expressed that the groups are involving in Afghanistan dilemma dependent on countries of the region and beyond, the groups are playing political role of the countries and doing what ordered by intelligences of the countries.
If our understanding of peace is social welfare and development, if our understanding of peace is ending the killing in the country, if our understanding of peace is stable and reliable future, if the discussion is obeying the will of millions of people in Afghanistan, so reaching the peace is not difficult.
Afghans considering compatibility, mutual understanding and political wisdom should be start intra-Afghan peace negotiations aiming to end violence, war, poverty and hundreds other tragedies in the country.
In this case, the independence of action is taken from others and finally, Afghans will accept that ending of the conflicts and several decades’ disputes in Afghanistan is belong to themselves.
Otherwise, history will judge and future generations will send curse to those who have sacrificed national interests for interests of others.
M.A.Ansari

Tuesday, 04 February 2020 10:49

Taliban Insurgent Joined Government

Tuesday, February 04, 2020
Maimana (BNA) A Taliban insurgent was joined government in Faryab today.
Karim Yourish police spokesman of Faryab told BNA, Mullah Halem known Jafar has been operating against government for three years in Faryab, joined to government with a weapon.
General Ghaibullah Sadat police chief of Faryab encouraged Mullah Halim and urged other Taliban to joint government forces and contribute to their country’s security and prosperity.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday, February 04, 2020
Jalalabad (BNA) Dozens needy families in Nangarhar have received humanitarian aids.
These families were in dire straits due to economic poverty in Hasaka Mina and Rodat districts.
Media office of Nangarhar with releasing a statement said, 161 families received food and non-food assistance during the round.
Each family received rice, flour, bean, ghee, and salt for their needs.
T. Yarzada

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