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Pakistan’s PM Orders Immediate Re-opening of Crossing Borders


Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday ordered to reopen the Pakistan-Afghanistan crossing-points with immediate effect. According to Pakistani media the decision was taken by the Pakistan’s PM as a goodwill gesture as the two countries enjoy “religious, cultural and historical ties”. Hazrat Omar Zakhilwal, Afghanistan’s Ambassador to Pakistan, also …

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Afghan Parliament Demand Sanctions against Pakistan


The international community must blacklist and impose sanctions on Pakistan because the country is the main factor of war in Afghanistan, a member of Afghan parliament said on Saturday. “We are requesting all countries who have signed international treaties against terrorism to blacklist states which are sponsoring terrorism in order …

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Afghanistan Considers Russia Key Regional Ally: Atmar


Afghanistan’s National Security Advisor Mohammad Hanif Atmar on Friday met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Moscow. The two sides talked about the expansion of political relations, common strategy for fighting against terrorism and the effective implementation of regional projects. During the meeting, Atmar said Kabul considers Moscow a …

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Insecurity, Lack of Capacity Main Challenges Against Implementation of Projects: MoE

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Afghan minister of economy in the first Scoping Study of Construction Sector Transparency Initiative has said that insecurity, lack of enough capacity, shortage of sources are the main challenges against monitoring and implementation of construction projects. Abdul Satar Murad, minister of economy noted that the procurement reforms and capacity development …

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AWCC Plants 400 Trees in Various Parts of Kabul


Officials of Afghan Wireless Communication Company (AWCC) planted nearly 400 none-productive trees in Mirbachakot and Qarabagh districts of Kabul city to green the areas and prevent further pollution. The Financial Deputy department of environment of Kabul municipality Mohammad Wasel Bazegh said, “We welcome the previous and current efforts of Afghan …

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London to Host Joint Session on Afghan-Pak Tension


A high-level Afghanistan-Pakistan joint session over tensions between the two neighbors will be hosted by the British government in London. Afghan National Security Adviser (NSA), Hanif Atmar will meet Pakistani adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz to discuss the matter of alleged terrorist sanctuaries. Senior British …

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