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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Ceasefire is not one Way Street, all parties who have the same definition from national values and knowledge about Islamic principles should observe it.
BNA daily affairs analyst commenting on the issue writes from 27th of Ramadan until the 5th day of Eid-Alfitr, the state forces of the country based on the instruction of President Ghani will observe a ceasefire with armed oppositions.
Taliban announcing that they would observe ceasefire during Eid days, responded to it.
The announcement of truce especially by Taliban heightened the expectations among people, but unfortunately the incidents occurred during the recent days, changed the hopes and expectations in to disappointment and further increased panic and anxieties of war suffering people of the country.
Recently the staff of Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development a civilian and public utility organ targeted by a suicide bomber which killed 13 and injured 31 people.
According to another report in a blast in a residential house one person lost his life and three others injured.  Security sources say, while the terrorists were making improvise explosives devices the incident happened.
In Ghazni a roadside bomb explosion claimed the lives of seven our fellow countrymen, while three invaders targeting the education department and medicine faculty in Jalalabad city Nangarhar province.  Fighting in Kohistanat district Faryab province and Muqer district Ghazni province continue as before.
Likewise, 7 police lost their lives in terrorists’ attack in suburb of Shubrghan city. In Kunduz, Farha and Herat provinces soldiers have become the victims of terrorists’ attacks.
The above incidents indicate that the security situation is fragile and one should not trust to armed oppositions.
Our war stricken people say that the state for restoration of peace and stability spare no any effort and uses every option but the alien intelligence services using all means and opportunities to further deteriorate the situation in the country. If Taliban talking of ceasefire, other terrorist groups carrying attacks our innocent people and destroy our homeland. Terrorists having close ties with foreign intelligence services, sometimes become Talib, other time become IS or Haqani’s network.
The Afghan people make no distinction between terrorist and extremist groups, but there are certain circles among Taliban who think about peace and ending violence in the country and there are groups who are seeking their interests in war and mostly work for realizing the evil objectives of foreigners.
Considering on going facts, one should assess and deeply focus on activities all involved groups and make decision. Ceasefire is not one way street, it is not only the responsibility of state, but it is the responsibility of all patriotic Afghan people to join hands for restoring peace and prosperity for their homeland.
Abdul Khalil Minawi
BNA Director General

Wednesday, 13 June 2018 06:13

Taliban Gunfire Martyrs Civilians In Logar

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Pul-e-Alam (BNA) Two civilians have been martyred in Logar province yesterday noon.
Shahpoor Ahmadzai spokesman for Logar security command told BNA, a bus carrying civilians was shooting by Taliban militias in Charkh District.
He added, two civilians were martyred and eight other commuters have been injured in the event.
A woman, two kids were also among the injured.
T. Yarzada

Wednesday, 13 June 2018 06:09

Armed Oppositions Killed In Kunar Air Drone

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Asadabad (BNA) 16 armed oppositions were killed in latest air drone in Kunar province last night.
The insurgents were targeted in their strongholds in Manoogi District.
Senior commander of Selab army corps in east of the country told BNA, 16 armed oppositions have been killed in the attack.
He added, the insurgents’ affiliated to Taliban and Daesh fighters were targeted in their strongholds.
According to another report, the security officials succeeded to discover a weapons cache of Taliban in Kunar province.
The cache was located in suburb of Asadabad city, tens of heavy and light weapons were seized from the cache.
T. Yarzada

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Kunduz (BNA) 16500 families have benefited from electricity in Kunduz province yesterday.
According to BNA report, with implementation of two electricity power network cost 32200,000 dollars in center of that province, 16500 families have benefited from power.
The electricity network have been made with financial assistance of Asian Bank and Germany.
During inaugural ceremony of the network, Abdul Jabar Naemi, governor of Kunduz, Engineer Amanullah Ghalb general head of Breshna Company, in charges of military and civil offices, provincial council members were also present.
T. Yarzada

Wednesday, 13 June 2018 06:05

Suspicious Held On Charges Criminal Crimes

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Kunduz (BNA) Police of Kunduz province detained 15 suspicious on charges of different criminal crimes.
Colonel Abdul Baqi Nooristani police chief of Kunduz told BNA correspondent, the suspicious have been detained by anti-criminal head of Kunduz security command in last three days on charges of killing, abduction and robbery.
He added, some criminal documents have been seized from the detainees.
T. Yarzada

Wednesday, 13 June 2018 06:01

Policemen Martyred In Ghazni Explosion

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Ghazni (BNA) Five policemen were martyred in Ghazni province yesterday.
Mohammad Aref Noori spokesman for Ghazni governor told BNA, the policemen were martyred while armed insurgents exploded a car packed explosive in Moqor District.
According to Noori, governor of Moqor District among 26 others have been injured in the blast.
Noori added, most of people have been wounded due to glasses broken and are under treatment.
T. Yarzada

Holy Quran Manuscript Exhibition Opened In Kabul

Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Kabul (BNA) An exhibition of Holy Quran manuscript was opened Monday in national archive.
In a ceremony held on this occasion, head of national archive Mohammad Afsar Rahbeen said that 31 volumes of written Holy Quran, 10 volumes of Tafseer and two volumes of Ahadith were put for exhibition.
He added that the country’s national archive had 700 copies of written Holy Quran besides preservation of valid documents.
The hand-written copies of the Holy Book which is put in the exhibition are the copies that have been written by the third Caliph of Islam Hazrat Uthman, the fourth Caliph Hazrat Ali and Hazrat Imam Hassan.
He asked the country’s diplomatic agencies to foreign countries to cooperate with MoIC in holding such exhibitions in other countries of the world.
In the ceremony, deputy minister of publication affairs for information and culture Sayed Fazil Sancharaki regarded the manuscripts as spiritual and valuable.
It is worth mentioning that the exhibition will be opened for three days.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Transferring Afghan Film Archive to Presidential Palace has raised many positive and negative reactions in the country. 
The issue came into hot discussions after spokesman for Ministry of Information and Culture said the archive was intended to be shifted to Presidential Palace for better protection, BNA writes.
The recent reactions and criticisms reveal that Afghans are very much sensitive with respect to their cultural heritages.  Those agree or opposing the transferring of the archive to Presidential Palace are indeed having attention towards its protection, the agency added.
The Afghan Film archive is rich with many stories of Afghanistan and the archive remained intact during the Taliban regime.
Leading body of the Ministry of Information and Culture considers the Afghan Film archive as the national cultural asset and never allows abusing of the collections.  Presidential Palace owns a museum and cultural artefacts which the Afghan Film archive would remained safe there, the agency concluded.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Kabul (BNA) The members of the UN Security Council (UNSC) welcomed the announcement by the Government of Afghanistan on 7 June of a temporary ceasefire with the Taliban for the end of Ramadan and the Eid al Fitr holiday, read a statement from the UNSC on Tuesday.
The members of the Security Council also welcomed the subsequent announcement by the Taliban of a three day partial ceasefire, urging them to reciprocate the Government’s temporary ceasefire in full.
The members of the Security Council reiterated their call upon the Taliban to accept the offer made by the Afghan Government in February this year to engage in direct peace talks without any preconditions and without the threat of violence, with the aim of an ultimate political settlement that leads to sustainable peace for the people of Afghanistan.
The members of the Security Council reiterated the importance of an inclusive Afghan led and Afghan owned peace process for the long term prosperity and stability of Afghanistan, and expressed their full support for the Afghan Government’s efforts to that end.  They also recalled their messages on the peace process as set forth in the Security Council Press Statement of 15 March 2018.
The members of the Security Council reiterated that, as mandated by Security Council resolution 2405 (2018, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) and the Special representative of the UN Secretary General, they stand ready to provide their good offices to support the Afghan led and Afghan owned peace process, if requested by and in close consultation with the Afghan Government.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Acting minister of information and culture Prof. Mohammad Rasoul Bawary in a meeting with Chinese Charge d’Affairs to Kabul stressed on expansion of cultural relations between China and ministry of information and culture of Afghanistan.
In the meeting, both sides discussed expansion of further cultural relations between the two countries, visit of joint team of the two countries for surveying historic sites in Wakhan district of Badakhshan, holding joint cultural week of the two countries in Kabul as well as holding a seminar on Silk Road and historic and cultural relations between Afghanistan and China.
Meanwhile, the Chinese Charge d’Affairs to Kabul by expressing interest of his country for expansion of cultural relations with Afghanistan asserted he would officially invite Prof. Bawary in near future for participation in a cultural exhibition to be held in China.

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