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Sunday, 30 September 2012 08:08

Afghans have chosen way of peace

The development of previous years put Afghanistan at focus point of world attention and the countries across the world demanded for long term political and economic ties with Afghanistan, which is an emphasize on pivotal role of this country in world level.

BNA political analyst writes:  Recently, Hamid Karzai the president of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and Polish president visited at the sideline of 67th session of UN General Assembly. The two sides, in addition to other relevant important issues, talked on preparing a draft of strategic cooperation between the two countries, which will be prepared and finalized after necessary consultations.

It is not only Poland that wants for concluding a long term strategic cooperation agreement with Afghanistan, also  Pakistan our neighboring country, tends  to extend its relation with Afghanistan within the framework of such  an agreement.

Mr. Karzai in a meeting with Mr. Asif Ali Zardari the Pakistan president in New York, while the British prime minister was also present, expressed his agreement on finalizing the draft of strategic cooperation agreement between the two countries until the end of 2013. Earlier to this Afghanistan has signed long term strategic co operation agreements with powerful countries of the region and the world, like India, US, Great Britain, Germany, France etc and recently such an agreement also was signed with China. Political activist believe, the Afghanistan tendency toward ensuring peace at national, regional and international levels, key role of the country in international issues, emphasizing on coexistence and regional cooperation and finally prevention from extremism were the key policies of Afghanistan which made the countries of the world including military and economic powers to extend their relations with Afghanistan, by signing strategic cooperation agreements. Because the leadership of Afghanistan always considers mutual understanding and reconciliation the only way of settling the problems and insists instead of seeking supremacy and exploiting the other countries should think about the interests of people all over the world. This realistic and wisely designed policy which meets the interests of all mankind faced the positive reaction of the world and led to the signing of strategic agreements with various countries.

Afghanistan tries its best, using the agreements and commitments to   prevail peace and trust in the region and the world and to prevent the reoccurrence of incidents which have caused huge casualties and destructions. Afghanistan wants instead illegal competitions and rivalries in the region build and atmosphere of trust and co operations in the region and ensures economic cooperation among the countries of the region.

Signing strategic cooperation agreements with a number of countries and talking with a number of other countries in that regard, are instances of the efforts which lead the south Asian countries to be a center of peace, security and prosperity and will establish a new chapter of political developments which will be positive and extensive.

Afghans believe to the world order and access to that order is impossible without peace and stability. This way of thinking and belief has maid the Afghan authorities to use every opportunity for restoring peace and stability in the country and in the region. If they negotiate for concluding strategic co operation agreements outside the country, they prefer to settle the disputes inside the country via negotiations and mutual understanding. In spite of many barriers and obstacles on the way of peace, they insist on ensuring peace via peaceful means.  The experiences of the past indicate that insecurity and instability in Afghanistan, is not only horrible and painful for Afghan oppressed people but threatens the region and the world as a whole. So, it is the responsibility of the region and international community who talk about ending hostilities and ensuring peace in Afghanistan work honestly like Afghan in that regard in order to create an atmosphere, suitable for progress and welfare of the people around the world.    
 

Sunday September 30 2012

Kabul (BNA) Tens of youth members of civil society of Afghanistan met yesterday with Mohammad Karim Khalili second vice-president and asked for government support to the youth.
At the meeting in which Temur Shah Ishaqzai deputy minister for youth of information and couture ministry was also present, the youth members called the presence of the youth in different social, cultural, political and economic spheres as positive and asked for government support towards this big segment of the society.
According to them, the civil society of Afghanistan is a civil foundation that has started its official activities recently and it held its second congress for adoption of its charter and its organizational structure in the past week.
The aim for formation of this foundation has been assistance to the democratic values, strengthening of freedom of speech and ensuring the women rights.
Khalili touching on the role of youth and their position in the transformation of the country said that today around 60% of the population of the country are youth and in case this great force actively enter into the different social spheres, a great change would come about in the country.
He also touched on the problems and challenges of the country and reiterated that these challenges will be eliminated when the youth are made workable in this direction.
He called the youth the main factor for transformation in the society and called their role in ensuring national unity and cohesion among the people of the country.
He asked the youth to show resistance against the challenges and never allow desperation and hopelessness in their future destiny.
He assured them the government will launch programs for the growth of the youth and stressed that the existing departments should made use of the youth in their structures for responding to the present needs of the country.

Sunday, 30 September 2012 08:06

President Karzai returns home

Sunday September 30 2012

Kabul (BNA) president Hamid Karzai who went to the US last Tuesday September 23rd for participation at the 67th General Assembly of the UN in New York returned home yesterday evening.
In his address to the UN General Assembly President Karzai touched on the recent world issues and said that the world has been shocked by the actions of a number of immorally weak elements, for they resorted to insults against the belief of the almost one and half billion Muslim.
He condemned this act and added that either this type of insults is made through production of a film or caricatures can never be justified as freedom of speech.
In regard with the hide outs of the terrorism centers on the other side of the Afghan borders said that there is no terrorism in our villages and cities and they were not here in the past , as well, while the terrorism roots and hide outs are situated beyond the borders of Afghanistan.
In respect to Afghanistan’s relations with Pakistan he stressed that we are committed in the atmosphere of fraternal relations with Pakistan, and we are also aware of the issues that are making our ties tense as well.
Because for some time the Pakistan rockets attacks on Afghan border villages will harm the present Afghan and Pakistan efforts for security.
In his visit President Karzai besides participating at the 67th UN General Assembly had separate meeting with the UN Secretary General Ban-ki-moon, President of Pakistan, British Prime Minister, US Secretary of State and some other world leaders.
At these meetings issues pertaining to the Afghan peace process, transition of security, forthcoming elections and the struggle against terrorism and extremism were taken up.

Saturday, 29 September 2012 12:51

6 armed Taliban killed, 4 detained in Herat

Saturday, September 29, 2012
Herat (BNA) in clash between Taliban and police in the Ghoryan district of Herat, six armed Taliban were killed and 4 others of them were detained.  Ghulam Farooq Roistai governor of Ghoryan said to BNA, this clash started when Taliban attacked on two security posts in the vicinities of that district.  In this clash, six Taliban were killed and 4 others of them were detained and the police forces had no casualties, said the source.  

Saturday, September 29, 2012
Ghazni (BNA) 26 armed Taliban were killed in Ghazni province yesterday.  According to Ander district governor, these Taliban were killed in special operation of NATO in that district.  Qasim Desiwal governor of Ander district of Ghazni said to BNA ,in this operation which was carried out in the Kamalkhail area of that district, Mohammad Atiq a ring-leader of Taliban with 25 of his colleagues were killed.  It should be said among the killers, the bodies of several Pakistani were existed as well. 
 

Saturday, September 29, 2012
Herat (BNA)  in air attack of ISAF, the nominated governor of Shindand district of Herat , his deputy and military commander of Taliban were killed in that district.  Press in charge of 4 division of the national defense ministry said to BNA, this attack carried out by ISAF forces, Mullah Akhtar , nominated governor , Mawlavi Hosian his deputy and Mullah Sultan head of Taliban military commission were killed in Shindand district.  In this attack, 2 other high-ranking authorities of Taliban were killed but their identity is not clear yet.  Mahuddin Noori spokesman governor of Herat said, these high ranking authorities of Taliban came under the air attack while passing in a car in the Majborabad village of Shindand district.  According to Noori, Mullah Akhtar, was nominated governor of Taliban in Shindand and has committed responsibility of Farsi and Adersekan districts of Herat province.
 

Saturday, 29 September 2012 12:43

Taliban attacked on Wardoj district of Badakhshan

Saturday, September 29, 2012
Badakhshan (BNA) bloody clashes happened in Wardoj district of Badakhshan province and continued yet.  These clashes started this morning when tens of Taliban rebels attacked on Wardoj district of that province.  According to reports reached to BNA, still the bazaar of the district and several other regions of that province is witness of heavy clashes.  Colonel Sakhi Dad Haidari police chief of Badakhshan said to BNA, in this clashes huge numbers of rebels were killed and injured.  He confirmed that the Afghan forces had inflected damages as well.  Rasekh spokesman of Badakhshan governor confirmed the attack of rebels and said more forces were dispatched to Wardoj district. 
 

Saturday, 29 September 2012 12:41

22 armed rebels killed

Saturday, September 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) 22 armed Taliban rebels were killed by security forces before destructive and terrorist attacks in the different regions of the country.  Interior ministry press office said to BNA.  In last 24 hours, the security police forces conducted 10 combined operations in the vicinities of Kabul, Kandahar, Zabul, Urozgan, Ghazni, Khost, Paktika, Paktia and Helmand provinces in which 22 armed Taliban rebels were killed and 21 others of them were arrested.  In these operations, 2540 kg of narcotic, 2 rocket launchers, 2 PK machine guns, 10 different types of arms, 6 sets of communication, 606 heavy arms, 27 mines, 150 kg of explosive devices and other military equipments, a motorbike, and 3 cars of enemies were seized by these forces. 
 

Saturday, 29 September 2012 12:39

2 martyred in mine blast in Herat

   Saturday, September 29, 2012
Herat (BNA) two persons including of a teacher of police educational center were martyred in mine blast in the Adersekan district of Herat province today.  Colonel Abdul Raof Ahmadi in charge of west police zone of that province said to BNA, this explosion occurred in the Merali area of that district on vehicle of police.  According to him, in this event, a teacher of police educational center with his interpreter was lost their lives and two other policemen were wounded.  Ahmadi added that the vehicle of police was passing from Herat city to national police educational center of Adersekan district.  He called the explosion work of Taliban; this event occurred when, the security responsibility of Adersekan national educational police   center will take from ISAF forces to Afghan forces. 
 

Saturday, 29 September 2012 12:39

U.S soldier killed in Afghanistan

Saturday September 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) an American soldier was killed in attack of rebels in Afghanistan yesterday.
This military was targeted by rebels   during patrol in the east of Afghanistan and lost his live .America defense ministry confirmed killing of this military. 
Meanwhile, last morning a U.S military was killed as result of similar event in the east of Afghanistan.
According to unconfirmed figures, from beginning of the current year till now, nearly, 460 foreign militaries were killed in fight with insurgents in Afghanistan.