The Ministry of Telecommunications and Technology (MoTT) has urged the government of India to launch a special satellite for Afghanistan.
Najib Nangyal, spokesman for the (MoTT), told Pajhwok Afghan News the acting minister of telecommunications and technology, Syed Ahmad Shah Sadat, met Indian Ambassador Manpreet Vohra in Kabul.
Getting an upper hand by Pakistan’s already strong military establishment fuels instability, and creates hurdles for major economic projects in the region through strengthening terrorists groups, some Afghan political analysts believe, saying the politics pursued by Pakistani military circles revolves on the pivot of conspiracy theory mainly targeting Afghanistan and India.
The delay in the announcement of the new Afghan policy of Trump-led US administration has fueled various assumptions about the future of Afghan-American relations.
The NATO Resolute Support (RS) has hailed the bravery and skill of Afghan National Defense Security Forces (ANDSF) in regaining grounds temporally captured by the Taliban recently.
An inquiry is looking into allegations an Australian Special Forces soldier shot dead a man in Afghanistan then planted a firearm on the body to make it look like the trooper had acted in self-defense. The probe is part of a far-reaching investigation of Australia’s elite fighting units.
Richard Riley, the Assistant Chief of Mission for the US Embassy in Kabul, on Sunday said the people of Afghanistan expect government to be transparent about providing public services and to work within the legal framework.
Health clinics, mostly run by the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA), have been reopened after remaining closed for 45 days due to security threats in eastern Laghman province.
President Ashraf Ghani and U.S. Vice President Mike Pence discussed the 4-year security plan of the Afghan government and other mutual interest issues in a video conference on Friday, Presidential Palace said in a statement on Saturday.
Residents and officials of northwestern Jawzjan province say Daesh militants have restricted people from watching TV, listening to radio and buying chicken meat, cigarette and other snuff in Darzab district.