A member of the negotiating team of the Resistance Front (RF) says they proposed the establishment of a transitional government in Afghanistan in their two-day meeting with officials of the Islamic Emirate hosted by Tehran.
Acting Foreign Minister Amir Kahn Muttaqi said that the new government is exercising power over the whole country, and the Islamic Emirate-led government will not pose a threat to any country in the world. He said that the political isolation of Afghanistan is not in the interest of anyone.
Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) officials said Saturday that based on a cabinet decision they will soon call for tenders for the extraction of marble in Wardak province and lapis lazuli in Badakhshan.
Officials from the Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation (MTCA) says that in twenty-four hours, sixty to seventy planes pass through the country airspace, and Afghanistan earns $700 from each plane passing through the country’s airspace.
US Federal immigration officials have issued denial letters to hundreds of Afghans seeking temporary entry into the country for humanitarian reasons in recent weeks, according to media reports on Friday.
Ministry of Finance of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan on Monday, December 27 said that up to seven thousand Citizens’ Charter National Priority Program (CCNPP) projects have remained unfinished across the country.
Kabul ranks among the top 20 capitals in the world in terms of elevation. Historians believe it has a 3,500-year history dating back to the Achaemenid Empire. The city was originally thought to be a crossroads for Tatary, Indian, and Persian traders. In the summer, it was the capital of the Mughal Empire, but in 1747 it was taken over by the Durrani Empire. During this time, this ancient city has seen numerous ups and downs. When the world was polarized during the Cold War, Soviet soldiers were stationed in the city for nearly 10 years, but after 9/11, NATO and US forces arrived and spent two decades in the city. The city was retaken by the Islamic Emirate on August 15, 2021, following a 20-year US occupation.