Afghanistan

We do Not need Foreign Forces: NSA Mohib

National Security Adviser (NSA) Hamdullah Mohib says the Afghan army, commandos, and police forces reached a level that they can provide the security of their country, and we do not need the foreign forces.

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US Not Advocating Interim Government: Embassy

US Embassy Chargé d’Affaires Ross Wilson says the United States is not advocating an interim government in Afghanistan.

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Winners and Losers of Afghan Peace Process

Pakistan cannot hope for a strong relationship with the United States under the incoming Biden administration intact while balancing a favorable relationship with the Taliban.

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Iran’s Parliament Approved bill on Afghanistan-Iran Railway Agreement

The Iranian parliament confirmed the bill on Afghanistan-Iran railway agreement, according to reports.

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Looking forward to Expansion of Afghanistan-Kyrgyzstan Ties: President Ghani

President Ashraf Ghani congratulated Sadyr Japarov, the newly elected President of Kyrgyzstan, and stressed on expansion of bilateral relations.

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Blast in Kabul Killed 3, Including Public Protection Force Spokesman: MoI

An explosion in capital Kabul killed at least three people, including the National Public Protection Force spokesman, the Ministry of Interior affairs confirmed in a statement.

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President Ghani Arrives in Nangarhar

Heading a high-level government delegation, President Ashraf Ghani arrived in Jalalabad, the capital of eastern Nangarhar province, to review the general security situation.

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“Ceasefire” Necessary for Peace Talks to Progress

The Afghan peace process is fragile, but its failure may lead to more conflict and misery for the country. It is an opportunity, and if it progresses well, it can pave a path to durable peace.

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Peace Delegation Left Kabul for Doha

Afghan government’s peace negotiating team departed to Doha on Tuesday morning after conducting extensive consultations across Afghanistan.

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Khalilzad Arrives Kabul to Discuss Peace

US Special Envoy on Afghan peace process Zalmay Khalilzad arrived on Tuesday morning in Kabul to meet Afghan leaders on peace process, sources from high council for national reconciliation said.

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