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Senators Express Concerns on Recent Insecurity in Afghanistan

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(Last Updated On: May 10, 2015)

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Senators in the upper house of the parliament have expressed their deepest concerns on falling of Juand district of Faryab Province under the Taliban control and increasing of insecurity in other parts of the country.

They have demanded the Government to adopt necessary security measurements for ensuring security for the country.

Both house in the parliament have demanded the Government to introduce Governors for the provinces which are being led by the acting Governors .

Senator Daud Ghafari said,” insecurity escalated National Unity Government doesn’t draw attention to it Juand district is being controlled by Taliban, Government should introduce Governors and Defense Minister.”

Other members of the upper house Nisar Haris said,” Government should respect Nation blood.”

Head of the upper house Fazil Hadi Muslimyar said,” the current insecurity raises our concerns , we admire Afghan National security forces efforts for retaking Nawa district from Taliban’s hand but it’s a miserable to hear that Juand district is being controlled by Taliban, we demand the Government to adopt necessary security measurements to retake the following district.”

But other senators have criticized the Government performances.

Najiba Mustafazada said,” the Government should think honestly about the National interests, Afghans are board of the current situation.”

Having no Governors, increasing of insecurity and corruptions within the provinces rocks, if they cant do it let the Government be led by the Nation senator Qais wakili said.

Insecurity has raised the concerns of the Nations and both houses members at the parliament of Afghanistan,but officials have claimed that Afghan National Security forces are capable and could defeat the country.

Reported by AbdulAziz Karimi

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IEA delegation meets with Western officials in Norway

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A 15-member delegation of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) met Monday in the Norwegian capital Oslo with special representatives from Western countries to discuss the situation amid the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Afghanistan.

The IEA delegation, led by Afghanistan’s acting foreign minister, Amir Khan Muttaqi, is in Norway for three days. Monday was their second day of meetings where they met with representatives from the US, UK, Norway, Germany, Italy, Qatar, France, and the European Union.

The meeting focused on discussions on the economy, humanitarian aid, security, central bank operations, health, and other relevant issues, Abdul Qahar Balkhi, a spokesman for the foreign ministry tweeted.

Discussions are still in progress, he added.

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UN asks IEA to probe issue of missing Afghan women

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The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has called on the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) to ensure the release of women activists who have been “reportedly abducted from their homes” since last Wednesday in Kabul.

Deborah Lyons, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Afghanistan, met with Sirajuddin Haqqani, the IEA’s interior minister, on Monday, urging “the Taliban (IEA) leadership to probe [the] issue and secure the liberty of the missing Afghan women activists who were reportedly abducted from their homes last week,” UNAMA said in a tweet.

Tamana Zaryab Paryani, her three sisters, and Parwana Ibrahimkhel, who had participated in recent anti-IEA protests in Kabul, were arrested from their homes last Wednesday, according to family members and eyewitnesses.

However, the IEA’s Interior Ministry said in a series of tweets that during the meeting Lyons thanked the Minister of the Interior for providing security for UN staff in Afghanistan. The interior ministry stated that they reassured the UN that its offices and staff would be secure.

The IEA also stated that Lyons noted the international community realizes it must work with Afghans to eliminate poverty.”

IEA spokesmen in Kabul and Doha have meanwhile repeatedly denied any involvement in the disappearance of the women activists.

The detention of these women activists was also discussed at a meeting of civil society activists with the IEA in Norway this week, but the whereabouts of the women is not clear.

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IEA detains 40 people in Mazar for trying to leave ‘illegally’

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The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) said Tuesday they arrested 40 people in northern Mazar-e-Sharif while they were trying to leave the country illegally.

IEA deputy spokesman Inamullah Samangani tweeted that the would-be migrants were arrested on Monday while trying to leave the country illegally by air.

According to Samangani some of the men had been released after being interrogated, but the women, whose male relatives had not presented themselves, were still being held in a women’s detention center.

No further details were provided.

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