Members of Taliban’s Qatar-based political bureau have visited Tehran and held talks with Iranian officials on the latest developments of the Afghan peace process, including the breakdown of US-Taliban negotiations.
The members of parliament in their Monday session called on the war parties to reach an agreement on the ceasefire and negotiations.
Pakistani army is built outposts in Paktia province, violating the border line laws, members of parliament claimed.
China and the United States are deadlocked over a U.N. Security Council resolution to extend the world body’s political mission in Afghanistan, with Beijing signalling it will cast a veto because there is no reference to its global Belt and Road infrastructure project, diplomats said on Monday.
History is replete with instances of foreign armies entering Kabul vertically, and ending their journey horizontally to Afghan graveyards.
Ariana News is set to hold the biggest presidential election debate between Dr. Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah tonight at 8:30pm Kabul Time.
Some Kabul residents blamed the government for its failure to build sufficient infrastructure.
The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan on Monday renewed its call for transparency in upcoming in presidential election which is scheduled to be held in less than two weeks.
Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah who is running for presidential competition, on Sunday rejected his rival in the race, President Ashraf Ghani’s orders as “impracticable”, saying the orders are campaign-based.
Members of the Upper House of Parliament reacted on Sunday against recent remarks of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, the leader of Hezb-e-Islami and a presidential candidate.