TimeLine Layout

July, 2022

  • 18 July

    The devaluation of Euro has a negative impact on Afghanistan’s economy

    AT Kabul: The Kabul Moneychangers’ Union announced that the devaluation of the euro will have a negative impact on the country due to the investment of European countries in Afghanistan. The Kabul money changers’ union announced that European investors in Afghanistan will suffer losses due to the decline in the …

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  • 18 July

    US is not in favor of political isolation of Afghanistan

    AT Kabul: Zalmay Khalilzad, the former special representative of the US for Afghanistan affairs, said that the US will not resume its diplomatic presence in Afghanistan until the Qatar agreement is fully implemented by the Taliban government. “Parts of Doha Agreement were implemented, parts are not,” Khalilzad said. “We need …

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  • 18 July

    UN pledges aid to Afghanistan post reopening of girls’ schools

    AT Kabul: The head of the office of the United Nations Deputy in Afghanistan stated that girls’ schools should be reopened in order to provide the ground for the continuation of international aid to Afghanistan. Markus Potzel said in a meeting with local Taliban officials in Nangarhar that girls’ schools …

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  • 18 July

    Taliban’s acting FM discuss bilateral ties with Iran ambassador

    AT KABUL: Iran’s ambassador to Afghanistan Bahadur Aminian met with Mawlawi Amir Khan Muttaqi, the acting foreign minister of the Taliban, with the two sides exchanging views on issues including bilateral cooperation. During the meeting, they discussed topics including Afghan refugees living in Iran, prisoners, anti-drug efforts and border issues …

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  • 17 July

    Biden says US ‘will not walk away’ from Middle East

    AT Kabul: The United States “will not walk away” from the Middle East and leave a vacuum to be filled by Russia, China or Iran, US President Joe Biden has told a summit in Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea city of Jeddah. Leaders of six countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council …

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  • 17 July

    Pakistan sends delegation to Afghanistan for coal deal

    AT Kabul: The business community said that a delegation from Pakistan is expected to visit Kabul Sunday to discuss the import of coal with Afghan officials. Due to the rise in coal prices on international markets, the Afghan Ministry of Finance earlier has increased the price of coal from $90 …

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  • 17 July

    India Evacuated 21 Afghan Sikhs

    AT Kabul: 21 Afghan Sikh men evacuated from Afghanistan following Gurdwara attack in Kabul. They are given emergency visas and left Afghanistan with a Kam Air flight. According to Hindustan Times 11 reached india Previously. On Saturday, June 18, gunmen attacked gurdwara temple in kabul which has followed by several …

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  • 16 July

    World Bank, UNDP ink $20m deal to support Afghanistan

    AT Kabul: The UN Development Program (UNDP) Afghanistan and World Bank have signed a $20 million dollar partnership agreement to support humanitarian, economic, and social development initiatives across Afghanistan. The UNDP’s statement said that the new partnership will provide UN projects aim to enhance access to health, education, agriculture and …

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  • 16 July

    Karzai, Abdullah, UNAMA call for reopening of girls’ schools

    Former President Hamid Karzai and Dr. Abdullah Abdullah former chairman of High Council of National Reconciliation met with Deputy Special Representative of UN Secretary General for Afghanistan and acting UNAMA Chief Marcus Potzel on Saturday. The dignitaries exchanged views about issues of mutual concern and called for an immediate reopening …

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  • 14 July

    Dozens Dead as Flash Flood in Afghanistan  

    AT Kabul: Unseasonal rain and flooding has plagued Afghanistan over the past week. The UN has reported at least 39 deaths and 14 injuries. The central Afghan province of Ghazni is the hardest-hit region. Afghanistan’s eastern region has experienced three flash floods in less than a month. “Since 5 July, …

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