Talk to Dr. Reza yegane Shakib lecturer at California united States University and a faculty member in Santa Monica college and, an international relations expert about the recent DAESH attacks in Afghanistan
Turkey can play “an active role in investing, realizing some projects, renovating and restoring Afghanistan,” with the resources it possesses, according to the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’s new acting foreign minister.
The United States’ involvement in Afghanistan has led to tragedy, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday, one week before Russia is due to host the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) in Moscow.
Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi on Monday said the Islamic Emirate sent the message of good relations to the world and the regional countries and that it has opened a new chapter of relationship with the international community.
The International Criminal Court on Friday said it cannot rule on a prosecutor’s request to resume a war crimes investigation of Afghanistan until it can decide who represents the country in international bodies.
In a question-and-answer session hosted by Brookings Institute, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said the Afghanistan effort was worthwhile but that the alliance still needed to evacuate some Afghan allies.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar and Abdul Salam Hanafi, deputy prime ministers, met with Simon Gass, the UK prime minister's special envoy, in Kabul on Tuesday, the administrative office said in a statement.
The United States on Friday further paved the way for aid to flow to Afghanistan despite U.S. sanctions on the Taliban, who seized control of the country last month, issuing general licenses amid concern that Washington's punitive measures could compound an unfolding humanitarian crisis.